Welcome to the World of Masonicons

 

Amiga 32-bit Icons

Intuitive icons are an important part of AmigaOS since the first release in 1985. Users expect icons that describe the applications, tools and files in a clear way.

With AmigaOS 4, Icons can be represented in full colour depth and since AmigaOS4 Update 2 in a bigger size to allow more details - Alpha channels and translucency for complex shading and dimensionality are also supported.

The icons offer a photo-illustrative icon style - it approaches the realism of photography but uses the features of illustrations to convey a lot of information in a small image. An illustration also gives necessary control over details, perspective, light and shadow, texture, and the visualisation itself.



Masonicons Collection 1/2010
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: January 2010

 

Masonicons Collection 2/2010
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: February 2010

 

Masonicons Collection 3/2010
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: June 2010

 

Masonicons Collection 4/2010
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: August 2010

 


Masonicons Collection 5/2010
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1 Release Date: October 2010

 

 

Masonicons Collection 6/2010
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1 Release Date: December 2010

 

 

Masonicons Collection 1/2011
Description: Icons for Apps, Tools and Utilities for AmigaOS 4.1 Release Date: April 2011

 

 
Basic Icons Collection
Description: Basic Icons for AmigaOS 4.1 Developers

Release Date: December 2010

 

Default Icons Collection
Description: Additional Default Icons for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: December 2010

 

Disk Icons Collection
Description: Device Icons for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: April 2011

 

Drawer Icons Collection
Description: Drawer Icons for AmigaOS 4.1

Release Date: December 2010