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Icon Set by: Erik Day

There are 6 icon sets listed below. The files are sorted by the date they were posted to the site, beginning with the most recent content.

Desktop Icons Set STS-107 Memorial by Erik Day
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STS-107 Memorial

February 1st, 2003

These icons are a memorial of the tragic loss of STS-107 -- and to remember and celebrate the spirit of the heroes that took the risks.

Desktop Icons Set Media Icons by Erik Day
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Media Icons

January 27th, 2003

Just a few folders for the creative, yet organized media types.

Desktop Icons Set Aquafied Hazard Folders by Erik Day
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Aquafied Hazard Folders

September 23rd, 2002
Desktop Icons Set HazBan vol. 2 by Erik Day
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HazBan vol. 2

September 5th, 2002

This is the third installment of the hazard folders. New goodies include standard orange/black biohazard themes, NFPA hazard placards, plus high voltage folders, and a nod to First Aid, in both American Red Cross and NSC colors. Also note that lawyerly impulses compel me to disclose that these folders have not yet been endorsed by either organization.

Desktop Icons Set Bannered Hazard Folders by Erik Day
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Bannered Hazard Folders

August 22nd, 2002
Desktop Icons Set Hazard Folders by Erik Day
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Hazard Folders

August 12th, 2002

As ol' Stevie Jobs is so fond of evangelizing, Mac OS X has industrial strength underpinnings (and an industrial strength upgrade price for us early adopters, too... Ooh, that sounded bitter didn't it? Grapefruit, anyone?) Anyway, for those of you that are industrial strength users, maybe you want some folders to reflect that, eh?

This set of patterned folders is loosely based on DOT and OSHA marking conventions (which, in turn, owe plenty to nature's own don't-mess-with-me colors). They're a bit rough on purpose: they're meant to catch your eye. The style was intended to be a modern "Hey-I'm-workin'-ovah-here," 1000 hp, hard-hat, mountain-moving attitude.

(NOTE: If you want Tim Burtonesque, post-modern, rust belt, leave-me-the-heck-alone-I'm-listening-to-Ministry industrial icons, I recommend INDUSTRIAL ICONS X, by Omid Tavallai. ...Or at least that was the last version that I saw...)