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There is something unsatiable in crafting little visual delights that I keep getting back to.
Whatever it is, here I am, 15 years of experience as a web designer, product designer, strategist, and founder… but still glued up to the screen, pushing maximum creativity on a minimum amount of pixels.
I‘m exploring a new icon style, half-line, half solid, with a hint of 3D. Currently stuck exploring building concepts.
What do you people think? Should I get back to my icons hassle, like back in the days? Is the market oversaturated by independent icon creators? I believe it is, but on the other hand, the demand for the icon craft keeps increasing. The creator‘s economy is booming.