Susan Kare is an American artist and graphic designer, who contributed interface elements and typefaces for the first Apple Macintosh personal computer from 1983 to 1986. She was employee #10 and Creative Director at NeXT, the company formed by Steve Jobs after he left Apple in 1985.
Well, as a tribute to all these great graphical elements I made a set of plates with the most favorite ones. Just put them down with the included base, frame them all together or individually and hang them on the wall or use them as refrigerator magnets.
To get the pixels clean and sharp, I recommend to print everything with a 0.2mm Nozzle. A 0.4mm nozzle will also work, but it will be better with the 0.2mm. The print time with the finer nozzle is about twice as high as with the larger ones.
Color it as you want and print it upside down, if possible on a structured PEI plate. This guaranties a smooth surface.
The current set of plates is designed so that you can stand them up with the base. If anyone needs cutouts for small magnets on the back, please let me know. I will gladly fulfill your wishes. Also if you want a specific icon to go with it, please contact me.
Actual these icon plates are available: