I love the lightweight Lubuntu Software Centre, but until now its icon has been... lacking. But no more: there's a new design coming...
Popular desktop icon-set Faenza has been updated with new icons and Ubuntu 11.10 support.
The new Ubuntu Software Centre icon present in Ubuntu 11.10 seems to have few fans - but is it really that bad?
Reader Matt has created some mono icons for use with the Hamster time-tracking indicator-applet.
The saying goes that you can't please everybody. That seems doubly true when your desktop appearance is involved. Even Faenza, the hugely popular 'squared' icon set for Linux, contains icon designs that send some people scouring for alternatives. Enter Faenza Fresh...
Ubuntu's mono-styled tray icons have been "completely redrawn" for their inclusion in Natty.
Kiss goodbye to the telepathic blue twins: Instant messenger Empathy has had a logo-revamp.
Google Chrome drops it's revamped logo into Linux - and boy is it an improvement.
A Humanity Icon theme update in Natty yesterday brought with it a few subtle icon changes...
As spotted over on the excellent Chrome-obsessed blog 'Chrome Story' the Chromium daily builds are sporting a redesigned logo
I'm going to skip the traditional introduction and say that whilst the icon set featured here is likely to be an acquired taste it is nevertheless beautiful. Find out why inside.
So you've installed LibreOffice but find the default icons a bit, well, OpenOffice-y. Nab some Faenza style replacements.