AwOken icons

Minimalism at its finest


awoken-icons

AwOken icons on DeviantART: link

AwOken is a project born in 2010 with the attempt to bring a whole new experience in Linux community. Being inspired by the great work of brsev on Token icons, AwOken project is aimed to provide a complete and coherent iconset, with an eye on design and minimalism. It comes with three different flavours (AwOken, AwOkenDark, AwOkenWhite), but is provided with a script that let you customize it with 40590000000 unique combinations.

AwOken iconset is an open, never ending project. New icons are restlessy designed (and icon requests are warmly welcome), and official portings are on the way. Currently, AwOken is available on Linux (GNOME, KDE and XCFE), but Android porting are planned. More than 2 million downloads make it one of the most downloaded icon themes ever.

AwOken icons are released under cc-by-nc-sa license, so feel free to download and use them for personal use. To purchase a commercial use license, drop me a line and we will arrange easily.

Some Screenshots

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Screenshot by luigisalvati

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Screenshot by luigisalvati

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Screenshot by immortalphoenix

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Screenshot by mmesantos

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Screenshot by alecive

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Screenshot by alecive

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About


Personal website of Alessandro Roncone, aka alecive, Ph.D. in Robotics Engineering, computer scientist, interaction designer, father and runner in his spare time. He is currently working as a Postdoctoral Associate at the Social Robotics Lab, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

Alessandro has more than seven years' research experience in robotics. He worked full time with the iCub, one of the most advanced humanoid robots out there, on machine perception and artificial intelligence. His mastery of C++ and the YARP/ROS software architectures have been employed for research in human-robot interaction, kinematics, tactile perception and control. Head over the research section for more information on his work.