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Slab

New icon style from Corey Marion inspired by the BeOS icons from the 1990's. A bold, precise and modern new look.

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The Future, Today!

Originally released in 2004, EPCOT Network Nodes now include large sizes plus all new icons and a custom Dock.

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The Return of the Smooth

Smoothicons 13 packs the latest Apple hardware and new app replacements including Photoshop and Twitterrific.

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"If we can dream it..."

Iconfactory Foreman, Gedeon Maheux releases his latest freeware icon set based on the pavilions of EPCOT Center.

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Slab

BeOS style Apple hardware

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Smoothicons 13

Current Apple hardware and several applications.

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Climb On

These icons are all you need to go climb a rock!

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A Christmas Story

You'll shoot your eye out! You'll shoot your eye out!

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Archon

Classic desktop icons based on the C64 video game.

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