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Not sure if this should be a community wiki, but I'd like to find some graphic artists who can create beautiful Windows 7 icons (for use on the web)... somewhat similar in style to the image below.

Does anyone have suggestions on who has a similar style?

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I made this CW, it really is asking for a list of resources. –  Tim Post Aug 22 '10 at 15:07

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Try Elance. Explain what you're looking for, just like you did here, and ask prospective designers to show samples of their work.

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You may want to try http://99designs.com/ - I've used them for a logo or two in the past and they have an Icon section. At the very least its worth looking at.

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+1 to 99designs.com. I've used their service for an icon for my Windows program and for the price ($383 total fees of which $300 went to the designer) I'm happy with the result. –  Krzysztof Kowalczyk Aug 31 '10 at 0:30

Please don't let this site become Yellow Pages for companies - I fear this will be a messy Wiki where a few companies will profile them selves. Google is better for this.

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I LOVE LGMTFY!... either way I would have never heard of elance before, perhaps I'll find more. I'll leave it up to the moderators, since I'm a n00b :) –  makerofthings7 Aug 21 '10 at 6:54
    
I'm inclined to agree with you on this - but given that my close vote is binding, I'd rather let the community decide on this. That said, I've removed your LMGTFY link in reference to the meta discussion here –  Mark Henderson Aug 22 '10 at 10:52
    
@Farseeker point taken. @MakerOfThings7 sorry if I came across arrogant with that link. –  mawtex Aug 22 '10 at 19:27
    
No problem, I live in NYC and am not really sure if I can tell if someone is being rude anymore. I still think lmgtfy is funny, but since it's banned via meta, I won't use it here. –  makerofthings7 Aug 24 '10 at 18:19

Try DeviantArt. Some of the best artists showcase their work there and I'm sure you'll be able to find someone willing to do work for hire.

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