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Frenzic System Icons for Candybar

Give your Mac a neon make-over with the release of Louie Mantia's Frenzic System replacement icon set for CandyBar.

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Aqua's Back and It's Black!

We return from our production break with an all-new set of Aqua system replacement icons from artist David Lanham.

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More Agua Por Favor!

David Lanham's back with an all new set of Agua folder icons that feel right at home in Apple's Mac OS X Leopard.

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The Golden Compass

Dave Brasgalla releases a desktop and quickpix for the movie, The Golden Compass.

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Agua Gets Refreshed

Agua gets refreshed with 512x512s and Dock resources for Leopard.

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An iPhonica Treat

Kate England releases iPhonica Halloween, a spooky add-on for the iPhoncia system replacement set.

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Aquatica Family EPS Sets Released

Stockicons.com releases scalable vector versions for the Aquatica Basic, Database and Multimedia stock icon sets.

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This Valentine's Day, Give the Gift of Pixels

Kate England expands her ever-popular iPhonica icon series with a complete CandyBar system replacement set.

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Agua, Agua Everywhere!

Artist David Lanham releases an application add-on set to his popular Agua System Collection for CandyBar.

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Mas Agua, Por Favor

Iconfactory artist David Lanham announces the release of Agua Extras Vol. 1 to extend his original Agua icon set.

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Thirsty for System Icons? Say Hello to Agua!

Artist David Lanham offers up a stunning set of system replacement icons for CandyBar entitled Agua.

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A Tiger In Your Finder

Artist Dave Brasgalla announces his freeware icon set Tiger Drives to mark the release of Mac OS X Tiger.

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Vectors To Full Power

Iconfactory artist Dave Brasgalla releases a new set of freeware icons based on an all new visual style - Vectra.

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Aqua Returns!

Iconfactory artist Dave Brasgalla expands on his popular World of Aqua icon series with World of Aqua Vol. 5.

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World of Aqua: Rev 2 Folders Arrive

Artist Dave Brasgalla releases his latest icon collection - Rev 2 Folders to accompany his World of Aqua Rev 2 Drives.

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A New Day, A New Drive

Artist Dave Brasgalla releases a new set of hard drive icons in the World of Aqua style - World of Aqua: Rev 2 Drives.

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World of Aqua Comes to Windows

Four of our popular World of Aqua series of freeware icon sets have now been converted for use on Windows.

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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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We're Back With Goodies For You!

The factory workers return from the 2002 Christmas break, rested, refreshed and ready to do some serious work!

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