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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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Caution! Rogue Robots!

Louie Mantia assembles some WALL•E-inspired desktop goodies.

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The Future Is Amora

Artist David Lanham brings a lavish CandyBar system set to your desktop with robotic visions of the future, in Amora.

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"The Future Is Ours!"

V for Vendetta icons released

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"You win again, gravity!"

Iconfactory Foreman releases the second in his series of freeware icon collections based on the TV series Futurama.

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Star Trek

Official icons for the new Star Trek film from J.J. Abrams.

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WALL•E + EVE

WALL•E and EVE hard drive icons.

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Captain's Quarters

A yellow desktop with a dominant Axiom symbol.

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Amora

Futuristic system and app icons, includes robots and mechanical devices in a black and white color scheme.

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Onyx

A simple, clean and futuristic looking iPulse jacket.

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