Install Suru Icon Theme for Ubuntu 17.10 and Ubuntu 17.04. Suru is scheduled to be the default icon theme in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Suru is the origami-based design theme for Linux Ubuntu Systems.
Suru is a FreeDesktop icon theme based upon the defunct Ubuntu mobile icon set and is designed with the original Suru icon guidelines and palette in mind. Many of the original generic app icons and symbolic icons have been repurposed, however this icon set has extensive additions such as icons for additional apps, as well as icons for folders, devices, file types, application categories, and other system toolbar and status icons.
Installing & Using
Please note: this icon theme is in-development, you may find there are several “missing” icons. There are no official packages or releases (yet) but you can install this theme from source with the provided Makefile and a few commands.
From the root directory of this repository running make install will install Suru to your home folder. After which you should be able to pick Suru as your icon theme or set it with:
sudo apt-get update
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.interface icon-theme Suru
You can install Suru system-wide with sudo make install-root but you needn’t do that if you’re the only user.
To remove Suru, simply run: make uninstall or, depending on whether or not you installed it with superuser priveleges: sudo make uninstall-root
Suru – https://github.com/snwh/suru-icon-theme/