Moka Extra Icons

Made with Inkscape CC BY-SA 4.0 License

Custom icons for Moka Icon Theme of the Moka Project made by Sam Hewitt.

Moka Icon Theme (the icon assets and sources) are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 license.

Any bundled software is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later version.

Downloading the original Icon Theme

The original source for Moka Icon Theme can be found here. You can clone the latest version from the git repository:

git clone

Using the Source

There are scripts to simplify the rendering process; to run them (and edit icons) you will need:

  • inkscape
  • python3
  • gtk-engine-murrine (optional)

To render new icons from their source SVG files, run the following:


If it’s throwing an error, the script may not be executable, try:

chmod +x

This script will look in the source directory (../src/*) and render the respective icons (provided there are changes).


Simple, you just run the script from the root of the source folder:


Keep in mind that you will need to manually change some Icon= key in some .desktop files for the icons to work (e.g., programs installed via Wine).

Note that the script will not install exe-thumbnailer and gnome-shell-extensions custom icons.

Implemented Icons

Some of the icons have been added to the upstream theme:

  • battlenet
  • clinica
  • qtiplot
  • sketchup
Alfredo Hernández
Alfredo Hernández
Physicist and Data Scientist

I have a passion for technology, maths, and design.