With the possibility to embed fonts in websites using @font-face CSS, some creative webdesigners developed their way to display icons using fonts, instead of images.

But most of the available icon fonts (or "font-face" kits) are paid, such as:

So, what free icons pack in font format do you know?

Please limit one "font-face" kit per answer - and include why you enjoy/recommend it.


This question can be converted into a community wiki, if the moderators want, because there is no best answer, and each response is welcome as a knowledge that can be enjoyed by many.

closed as not constructive by John Conde Nov 25 '11 at 15:43

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    This is really cool, never seen this before. Hope there will be some nice answers. – Saif Bechan Nov 25 '11 at 15:04
  • Unfortunately this type of question does not meet the criteria set forth in the faq – John Conde Nov 25 '11 at 15:44
  • Why my question is closed? :( In a polite manner, I understand that there is great interest from the community for this question. – Paulo Coghi - Reinstate Monica Nov 25 '11 at 17:11

PJ Onori's Iconic set is licensed under Creative Commons.

  • Thanks, Su'! Excellent set! I hope this question will be reopened soon, and we'll all benefit from the answers like yours! – Paulo Coghi - Reinstate Monica Nov 25 '11 at 17:18

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