Exports Font Awesome icons as PNG images
Python

README.md

New version available!

This project is now deprecated in favor of the new, refactored and more universal version of the script located here. I encourage you to give it a spin, as it tries to fix all the issues of this version (icons being cut off, outdated font, etc.), and is being actively maintained. It also comes with a wrapper script for backwards-compatibility with this version.

Font Awesome to PNG

This program allows you to extract the awesome Font Awesome icons as PNG images of specified size.

Usage

font-awesome-to-png.py [-h] [--color COLOR] [--filename FILENAME]
                       [--font FONT] [--css CSS] [--list] [--size SIZE]
                       icon [icon ...]

positional arguments:
  icon                 The name(s) of the icon(s) to export (or "ALL" for
                       all icons)

optional arguments:
  --color COLOR        Color (HTML color code or name, default: black)
  --filename FILENAME  The name of the output file (it must end with
                       ".png"). If all files are exported, it is used as a
                       prefix.
  --font FONT          Font file to use (default: fontawesome-webfont.ttf)
  --css CSS            Path to the CSS file defining icon names (instead of
                       the predefined list)
  --list               List available icon names and exit
  --size SIZE          Icon size in pixels (default: 16)

hidden optional arguments:
 --list-update         List available icon names and codes in format suitable
                       for updating the program source.

To use the program, you need the Font Awesome TTF file, which is available in Font Awesome Github repository.

The internal icon list is matched to Font Awesome 4.1.0. To use a later/different version, use font-awesome.css from the Font Awesome GitHub repository.

Examples

Export the "play" and "stop" icons as 24x24 pixels images:

font-awesome-to-png.py --size 24 play stop

Export the asterisk icon as 32x32 pixels image, in blue:

font-awesome-to-png.py --size 32 --color blue asterisk

Export all icons as 16x16 pixels images:

font-awesome-to-png.py ALL