Image File Icon in Android Style

This Image File icon has Android KitKat style. If you use the icons for Android apps, we recommend using our latest Material Icons icon pack (please check our sidebar on the right). Otherwise, it's a solid icon pack that looks good in small resolutions, either on the web or in print. It's characterized by thick lines, smooth corners, and is optimized for 24x24 pixels.

Related to Image File Icon

Related icons are the icons with matching tags, as well as all files icons. All icons are in the same flat style. You can either download free PNG icons or buy SVG vectors

Idea of Image File Icon by Bastien Chételat

We've received the idea on November 15, 2012 and created the icons on December 15, 2012

A small set of icons for generic file types like audio, video, image and document. There's already office filetype icons & some other filetypes (zip, pdf, gif,...) but nothing more generic.

Story about Image Icon


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Images are representations of physical objects. In the age of smartphones where everyone can use their camera to capture a moment, images have become part of everyone’s lives. Some will even argue that something did not happen if you do not have a proof that it happened. And the proof is always an image of that happening. Everyone wants to document everything that happens in their lives, the food they consume, their outfit of the day (OOTD), their selfie, the books they read. Basically, Any object now becomes a subject of images.

When to use the Image Icon
The Image Icon can be used if you have image files that can be downloaded by users. It is easily recognized the computer users as a symbol of image files.

How to use the Image Icon
Place the Image Icon in a strategic location so that users will no longer look for it. If possible, use it with other icons that represent audio files and video files. This will make it easier for your users.
In as much as you like our image icon, here are other Image icons available on our website. You may use whichever icon is more applicable with the theme of your website or presentation.



Here are the cameras being used to capture moments and create images:
  • Compact Digital Camera
  • Web Camera
  • Old-time Camera
  • SLR Camera


After capturing those images, you can upload them in these image-sharing websites to be seen by other photography enthusiasts:
  • Instagram
  • Flickr
  • 500px


If you do not like uploading your images, you may digitally store them in the following storages: