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Iconfactory Comes to TMUG in Raleigh

Ged & Anthony will be appearing at the Triangle Mac User's Group meeting this Monday, March 10th in Raleigh.

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We All Scream for iPhone!

Artist Kate England releases the follow up set to Marmalade Moon's recently released iPhonica icon collection.

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Hot off the Press 

Here is some new information about how you can submit a press release to us with your news.

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An Honor Just To Be Nominated

Two of the Iconfactory's applications, IconBuilder and xScope, are nominated for the 2004 MacUser UK Awards.

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The Polls Are Now Closed!

Public voting for the People's Choice Award for Pixelpalooza 2004 wraps up on the Iconfactory website.

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iPhonica Vol. 2

Artist Kate England releases Volume 2 of her series of icons based on the upcoming GUI of Apple's new iPhone.

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Fantastical

The Iconfactory was pleased to have the opportunity to design the application icon for Flexibits’ Fantastical.

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