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Ancient Petroglyphs Updated

Ged updates his Ancient Petroglyphs icon collection with large sizes for OS X Leopard and Windows Vista

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'Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas

Artist Louie Mantia brings the characters of Tim Burton's animated feature, The Nightmare Before Christmas to life!

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Attack of the Giant Japanese Icons!

Talos releases updates to two classic sets - Aibo & Doraemon. Now with giant sizes & CandyBar custom docks!

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"Dead Animals Need Love Too!"

Mindy Weaver releases cute and cuddly Skelanimals icons.

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Man's Best Friend

Artist Mindy Weaver announces the release of her latest desktop picture based on Azumanga - Fairyland Dog.

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Under the Big Top!

Iconfactory News Hound and artist Mindy Weaver releases a cute set of freeware icons - The Circus.

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Flora, Fauna and More From The News Hound!

Mindy Weaver releases a bonanza of icons and desktop pictures with Exotic Flowers and cute funkAmals!

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