While traveling to CPH last month I booked on a Norwegian airline flight while browsing the site the icons seemed familiar and it stands out from the normal stuff you see on airline sites, but I didn't remember who did them. After I did some searching, I remembered the icon system was done by Iconwerk (Stefan Dziallas - iconwerk.com). It is not new, but this was the first time I've seen it in use. Iconwerk specializes in custom detail-oriented icon systems like this, you might have seen his good work on the new Skype icon system and the Microsoft Teams one.
Here are some shots from the website with these icons in place:
Normal use tab Glyph icons
Some nice page title illustrations formed from the same system, the balance between sharp corners and round corners make these look apart, the humans' feet, the bed feet, car tires etc. follow the same shape formed from mixed shape corners.
The human heads also are different than the norm with an elongated rounded shape rather than the usual circle.
More tabs with icons, with different levels of detail dependent on use area.
Luggage storage information icons.
Also, some badge style icons, with a nice and simple shape on the hair differentiate the males and females.
Route planner map icons.
The icons also appear in the N magazine, the in-flight mag from Norwegian.
Not sure how many icons in total make this family, would like to see more of this.
I hope this got you interested to look more into this, for more information and some eye candy you can check Iconwerk site here https://iconwerk.com/norwegian.html Note: This is not in any way paid advertising for either of the above-menitoned entities, Iconwerk or Norwegian. We are just looking at good icons in use cases.
So, what do you think about this one? I would love to hear your opinion, and if you have any cases like these feel free to share.