Isometrica (Volume 1): A Free Social Media Icon Set

Apr 14 2010 by Erik Consorsha | 35 Comments

Isometrica (Volume 1): A Free Social Media Icon Set

Ahoy there! It’s another social icon set to soak up your precious bandwidth, royally entitled, Isometrica.

Your friendly pirates over at Arcnerva have given exclusive rights to Six Revisions to parlay our hard work to its lovely readership.

Isometrica (Volume 1): A Free Social Media Icon Set

So what is this Isometrica, you ask?

An isometric, margarine butter slab-shaped conglomeration of social network iconograffitia, of course!

Put these icons on your website, your blog, print them out on extra heavy cardstock and throw them at your co-workers. It’s doesn’t really matter because they are royalty free for any use. Just CSS them into whatever arrangements you like.

There are 18 "normal" sized icons at an overweight 105x67px (.PNG) and being the sporting chaps that we are, we have even included a set half the size as well as a .PSD file you can mess about with.

If everything goes well with this release and you want more of our shenanigans, we just might include the vector source files in our next set of icons!


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About the Author

Erik Consorsha is a resident jack-of-all-trades at Arcnerva, a Web/Graphic Design and Internet Marketing Firm in Florida. Primarily an Artist and Graphic Designer, he has had work featured in many places including Advanced Photoshop Magazine and Abduzeedo. Catch up with him on the Arcnerva Blog or follow them on Twitter.



April 14th, 2010

Love these! Nice work.


April 14th, 2010

This is pretty cool. and thanks for being sportive, the psd file will help me a lot in creating the icons i want :D

Nicholas Francis

April 14th, 2010

Wow, cool social Icons, thanks for the share

HD Guy

April 14th, 2010

Another great icon set!

Jordan Walker

April 14th, 2010

That is an awesome icon set, thanks for sharing.


April 14th, 2010

Thanks Erik, excellent Icons, and thanks for including the .psd file!

The Vision

April 14th, 2010

Brilliant! Thanks a lot, these icons look fantastic.

Benjamin @ EV

April 14th, 2010

These are brilliant, can’t wait to see them integrated into some WordPress plugins!

Blogging Tips

April 14th, 2010

Great icons. Good to know that they are royalty free.

Matthew Heidenreich

April 14th, 2010

these are great, thanks for sharing them with us!


April 14th, 2010

Great set guys…I really like the look of these. THX. Posted them up on my site

AO Brien

April 14th, 2010

Technically speaking, these aren’t isometric…


April 14th, 2010

Thanks for all the positive feedback, my pleasure.


April 15th, 2010

That what I need badlly! Thanks a lot!


April 15th, 2010

Amazing set. Thanks. It will be usefull in some projects of mine.

Fikri Rakala

April 15th, 2010

Great icons, I will use in my blog.

Jane Cook

April 15th, 2010

beautiful icons….

Babar Asif

April 15th, 2010

amazing set of icons…definitely gonna use it on my blog


April 18th, 2010

Amazing set. Thanks. It will be usefull in some projects of mine.


April 20th, 2010

awesome set…thanks for sharing…..


April 23rd, 2010

Love this set but I don’t see MySpace or WordPress.


August 21st, 2010

Nice Work..


September 8th, 2010

gracias por la oportunidad de usar estos iconos escribiré comentario posteriormente
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October 3rd, 2010

Great work and thanks for making them royalty free


January 17th, 2011

thanks, nice work.


April 14th, 2011

Very nice icons, thank you

Ben Reynolds

September 12th, 2011

So cool! This makes me think of making an isometric game where all the tiles are social media icons! :D


September 25th, 2011

Thank article


October 24th, 2011

Excelente trabajo, gracias por compartirlos!

Mathisworks Illustration

November 1st, 2011

I know I’m late to the party but had to comment. Nice work here — there are so few social icon sets that are captivating or even rise above the “tacky” mark. This one rises above : ] Nicely done.


November 15th, 2011

Beautiful icons, any suggestions how to use them to maximum advantage? I think probably stacking them in some way would look good…will have to experiment.


June 10th, 2013

Thank you for sharing, nice to find something for free online. All your work is very much appreciated!!!

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