Streamline Releases 12,000 New Gradient Style Icons

Vincent from Streamline has just announced the release of 12,000 gradient style icons, a revamped UI and Remix, a fusion of Line and Solid styles.

New Features

Remix Icon Set
Remix Icon Set ©Streamline

It’s been a busy month at Streamline HQ. Let’s take a look at all the new features and icons:

  • Gradient-Style Icon Sets:
    A team of 8 designers created three new sets of 4,000 icons in a vibrant gradient style in just a few weeks: Flex, Sharp and Core Gradient style.
  • New UI for a faster Workflow:
    The redesigned interface makes it easier to browse icons and discover other assets such as illustrations, emoji and elements. You can also easily recolour an entire set of icons, export faster, and easily navigate through different icon styles. Soon you will be able to resize icons and illustrations as you browse.
  • Free Blocks Icons:
    Inspired by the Bauhaus principles of simplicity and geometric balance, the 300 Blocks icons combine clarity, uniqueness and modern style.

By popular demand, the Streamline team is currently working on Remix, a fusion of line and solid styles that will be available for the best-selling Core, Flex, Sharp and Plump icon sets. This blend of airy lines and solid fills combines the benefits of improved legibility and visual lightness.

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