Psychedelic Icon Series
Skinning is an art and anybody can do it, but not everyone has style. The quality of this new set of modern icons presented by XDA member biernes_atrece is something to write about.
I have seen many collections, but this one in particular has a well polished line. You can distinguish its unique style in any icon due to the great color combinations like lime, ice, tangerine, lilac, neutral, and black.
This set will be the perfect companion along a WP7 theme. The developer also provided great boot screens and other icons collections.
Originally posted by biernes_atrece
POLL ON NEON ICONS IS OVER(05.16.2010) Sorry folks.
The response wasn’t enough which means it’s not a very good idea.
I myself got bored with it.
Good news is…. Bootscreens are still up!
and more good news, I am making new icons.
It’s different. It’s simple. It’s clean. And it’s 99% created by yours truly.
You can find more information in the icons thread.
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