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Right Out of Dante's 'Inferno'

Gedeon turns your Mac, PC or iPhone desktop into a home for the sinister robot Maximilian from Disney's 'The Black Hole'

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Trick or Treat!

Classic, creepy masks that 1970's trick-or-treaters should remember.

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"Kill all humans!"

Iconfactory Foreman, Gedeon Maheux, releases the fourth installment of his Futurama series, the robots.

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Maximilian

Maximilian looms silently over the bridge of the Cygnus from Walt Disney's 'The Black Hole'

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Retro Masks

Creepy halloween masks based on the classic Ben Cooper designs from the 1970's

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Futurama Vol. 4 - The Robots

Robot characters from the Futurama TV series.

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Vintage Halloween

Iconic Halloween characters based on vintage designs.

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Red Velvet

Turn iPulse into a rich red tapestry with this dark jacket.

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