As with previous Pictos icon sets, these icons can be purchased in vector format or as individual transparent pngs at ten icon resolutions from 512 all the way down to 16.
We caught up with Drew, fresh off of hosting the amazing Valio Con, and he had this to say about the new icons:
Pictos 4 was a great chance for me to add in the icons that I have been creating on the side as I develop more apps and interfaces into one more cohesive set of Pictos icons. A lot of work went into it and I’m super happy with how it turned out. I’m a much better icon designer these days and I think/hope that is reflected in the new set.
Pictos Outlines is a new set I launched that is made up of various icons from all the other Pictos sets. I choose only the icons that would look best in the ‘outline’ style. Each one has been reworked to fit the ‘outline’ style. Meaning I got rid of the empty spaces between stroke lines and made all lines intersect. The result is a super rad looking set that continues to diversify the Pictos brand.
Make sure to check out these new Pictos icon sets, and all the previous ones. Also be sure to check out Pictos Server which lets you build your own icon fonts out of Pictos icons to use in your web pages, perfect for resolution independence for retina displays like the new MacBook Pro! Follow Drew on twitter to stay up to date on all his fantastic projects.