• Food iPhone App Icons
  • Posted 31 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 34443 Views
  • Julian Burford, a Netherlands-based graphic designer, has turned eight different modern day food products and turned them into square iPhone app icons. Despite having to meet Apple's icon guidelines, Burford has managed to keep the foods looking 3D and has kept a nice uniform style throughout. Check them out below.

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    • domino's pizza should totally buy that design for an app
    • tom Posted 31 months ago · 16 Reply
    • hello dribble
    • ahlice Posted 31 months ago · 21 Reply
    • i want to get those icons
    • captain special pants Posted 31 months ago · 30 Reply
    • oh my god......awesome
    • chudada Posted 28 months ago · 28 Reply
    • You should upload icons in png. They going to look nice in my phone ;)
    • citlalli hg Posted 7 months ago · 20 Reply
    • Awesome Julian!
    • Johan de Meijer Posted 7 months ago · 50 Reply
    • i like!
    • karolina Posted 7 months ago · 24 Reply
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