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Avengers Refresh!

Dave adds on to his Refresh folder replacements with a new set based on The Avengers.

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Leopard Gets New Folders

Dave Brasgalla takes up the challenge of designing a new set of default folders for Apple's Leopard operating system.

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Introducing "Somatic" For CandyBar

Artist David Lanham offers up his first IF freeware icon creation, a fun and whimsical CandyBar set called Somatic.

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Avengers (Refresh)

Folder icons based on symbols from Marvel's Avengers

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Battlestar Galactica Vol. 4

Battlestar Galactica rank insignias and folders

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Agua Extras vol. 1

Extra folders, drives and misc icons in the Agua style.

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Leopard Folders

A set of simple, but elegant folder replacement icons for Apple's 10.5 Leopard operating system.

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Litho Extras Vol. 4

Folders and application icons for the Litho System.

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