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Semiotic Standard - The Icongraphy of 'Alien'

Semiotic Standard freeware icon set inspired by the art of Ron Cobb

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Weyland Corp: Building Better Worlds

A new set of freeware icons and desktop wallpapers by Dave Brasgalla based on the upcoming scifi epic - Prometheus.

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Scary Monsters & Super Creeps

Some of horror's greatest monsters come to terrifying life courtesy of Dave Brasgalla's new hand-painted icon set.

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"Ooooh, you're a dreamboat... BILLY EVERYTEEN!"

Just in time for the new season to start on Comedy Central, Ged releases his Futurama Vol. 7 icon collection.

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The Day We've All Been Waiting For

November 4th is finally here! That's right, today Bender Game hits DVD shelves and we've got Futurama Vol. 6 to celebrate.

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Wicked Cool Man!

Defend Earth from the swarms of video invaders in Ged's latest freeware icon release - Aracde Daze Galaxian.

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Zim Will Not Be Denied!

Artist Mindy Weaver continues her series of desktop pictures based on the cult Nickelodeon cartoon series Invader Zim.

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Your Giant, Furry End Is Nigh!

Artist Mindy Weaver unleashes two new desktop pictures based on Nickelodeon's cult cartoon series, Invader Zim.

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"We live long and are celebrated poopers!"

Foreman Gedeon Maheux releases a simple, but fun desktop picture of the lovable Nibbler from Fox's Futurama.

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Totally Awesome Dude!

Artist Gedeon Maheux releases his latest freeware icon set based on characters from the Golden Age of Arcade Games.

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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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"Kittens give Morbo gas!"

Iconfactory Foreman, Gedeon Maheux, releases the third volume in his set of freeware icons based on Futurama.

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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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"Good news everyone!"

Artist Gedeon Maheux releases the first set in his series of Futurama icons based on the Fox television show.

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War of the Worlds

Dave Brasgalla and the Iconfactory are proud to announce the official icons for the motion picture War of the Worlds.

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In Space No One Can Hear You Scream

Dave Brasgalla announces the release of desktop pictures and sounds from the popular Alien movie series.

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World of Aqua 4 Has Arrived!

Dave Brasgalla offers up his latest Aquatic creations in World of Aqua 4 including icons from Alien, Trek and much more.

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