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Happy Halloween from Japan!

Mindy releases a fun, Halloween themed desktop picture based on the popular anime Soul Eater.

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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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A Plethora of Ive Drives

Artist Louie Mantia releases a large set of hard drive icons inspired by the industrial design of Jonathan Ive.

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Right Out of Dante's 'Inferno'

Gedeon turns your Mac, PC or iPhone desktop into a home for the sinister robot Maximilian from Disney's 'The Black Hole'

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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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Oh Give Me A Home Where the Patapon Roam!

Ged offers up 2 new double-monitor desktop pictures to accompany Talos' recently released Patapon icon collection.

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Patapon Invades Your Desktop!

Talos Tsui launches a full icon assault on your desktop with the help of the Patapon Tribe from the hit PSP game.

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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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Beware the Horseman!

Washington Irving's classic Halloween tale comes to life in an all new spooky desktop picture from Dave Brasgalla.

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This is Halloween!

The Iconfactory officially jump-starts the spooky season with the release of a playful Halloween desktop - Still Thirsty.

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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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Bits and Bobs of 2006

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2006 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Amora Assimilates iPulse

Third party artist Antonino Mingoia has released an iPulse jacket based on D. Lanham's popular Amora system icons.

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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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Two Treats In One

Iconfactory artist Talos Tsui announces the release of his latest freeware icon collection for CandyBar - ClearBlack.

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A Long Overdue Apology

Yes, we admit it. We made a mistake with the now infamous "Black phase" of the Iconfactory website design.

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They Live In Your Hard Drive!

Resident zombie Dave Brasgalla has conjured a spell to infuse your HD with the spirit of famous movie monsters!

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