Noun Project launches a new collection of 30 icons dedicated to celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. Created in partnership with Out & Equal, Human Rights Campaign, and Canva, all icons are available for free as Public Domain.
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Building a global visual language that unites us.
Join Noun Project, Canva, Out & Equal, and Human Rights Campaign for a community design workshop to create new icons for the public domain.
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In this series, we’re sharing iconography from places near and far.
Building and sharing the world’s visual language through interactive design workshops.
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We were really excited to hear that Renata Stone, founder of Knottery Fiber Art, uses Noun Project icons to help grow her business.
A Print All Over Me Collection from Noun Project
Noun Project Creator Spotlight
We interviewed Salih Abdul-Karim, Airbnb’s design lead and animator, to learn how he turned Noun Project’s icons into moving animations with a new tool called Lottie.
Iconathon with the Office of LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and Goldhirsh Foundation.
Iconathon with Duke University.
Investigative Journalism Iconathon with The New York Times.
Iconathon with Charity:Water.
Iconathon with the American Red Cross.
Iconathon with Cree, Inc.
Iconathon with the L.A. River Revitalization Corporation
Iconathon with the City of San Francisco
How Noun Project came to be, as told by co-founder Edward Boatman.