The Noun Project is a collection of visual icons and images that cross languages and cultures. Users can upload, share, and download images and icons from the Noun Project's collection.
The Noun Project API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of the Noun Project with other applications. Some example API methods include returning icons, returning collections, and retrieving user information.
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This is a Ruby gem that exposes a wrapper for the Noun Project APIs. The gem is owned by Tailor Brands, was authored by Nadav Shatz, and has an MIT license. Although an active gem, it is purely unofficial and not affiliated in any way with The Noun Project.