Mahjong icons


A couple of months ago I came across a set of the most beautiful mahjong icons created by web developer and icon designer Martin Persson.

I got in touch with Martin because the set was almost complete: it had everything for the Western game apart from flowers and seasons. After a short conversation by email I sent Martin scans of the flowers and seasons from my Gibson’s mahjong set and a few weeks later he made his new icons available for download from his website.

Martin Persson’s set consists of 37 mahjong icons in both 64px and 128px sizes, which are free for both personal and commercial use, provided that you link to his site.

Download mahjong icons

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Gareth J M Saunders

Hi, I'm Gareth J M Saunders, 43 years old, 6' 4", married to Jane, father to twins Reuben and Joshua, and their younger brother Isaac. I'm a priest in the Scottish Episcopal Church and worship at All Saints' Church, St Andrews. I am employed as the Web Architect at the University of St Andrews.

2 thoughts on “Mahjong icons”

  1. hello blogger, i was reading your posts on Mahjong icons | View from the Potting Shed and i actually liked them. 1 issue that i noticed while browsing throughout your blog that a few of the links are not working and giving error. this makes the reading experience a little bit bad. you’ve a nice blog and i would request you to revise the hyperlinks so that fascinated people can get all the information they intend to have. By the way are you on twitter?? i would really like to follow you and also get updates in your blog.

  2. Hi Samson — what links? Are they links within posts to sites outwith my blog? That’s the nature of the Web, I guess — it keeps changing and updating. To be honest, I’m not going to keep policing the external links.

    I am on Twitter: @garethjms

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