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'Featured Client Projects' Update

The Iconfactory's Featured Projects gets updated with new work from Microsoft Windows Vista, Roxio Central and more.

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Weyland Corp

Icons from the Weyland Industries corporate website, one of the teasers for the Ridley Scott film Prometheus.

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Weyland Dark

A desktop inspired by the Ridley Scott film Prometheus.

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Weyland

A desktop inspired by the Ridley Scott film Prometheus.

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Prometheus

A desktop inspired by the Ridley Scott film Prometheus.

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Aibo X

Icons of SONY's landmark robotic doggie.

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What are your rates for contract icon work?

Our rates and practices PDF guide is available at your request. Simply contact us and we'll send it via email.

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Did the Iconfactory work on the Windows XP icon suite?

Yes, we worked closely with Microsoft to develop a suite of icons including the Recycle Bin, My Computer and others.

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