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ATV Drives: Vol 2, Assemble!

Talos has put together a fantastic team of custom hard drives that are sure to make comic and movie fans smile.

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Steampunk Storage

David Lanham rivets, welds and stitches a new set of hard drive icons based on the popular steampunk movement.

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Disguise with ATV Drives

Talos invites you to disguise your hard drive with these Apple TV inspired hardware costumes in time for Halloween.

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The Good & Plenty of 2009

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2009 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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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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Somatic Rebirth Extras

A whole new crop of Somatic Rebirth icons are ready for harvesting courtesy of Iconfactory artist David Lanham.

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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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Caution! Rogue Robots!

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

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Rebirth of Somatic System

David Lanham gives new life to the Somatic universe with an updated and redrawn system replacement set for CandyBar.

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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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Beware the 'Son of Somatic'!

The ghosts and ghouls of Halloween are out in full force in David's latest holiday icon collection - Son of Somatic.

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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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Stick It To Me!

Your desktop is about to get a whole lot stickier thanks to the latest set of sticker app icons from David Lanham.

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Agua Gets Refreshed

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

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Spooky Stickers To Seal Your Doom!

Artist David Lanham hands out the best kind of trick or treats this Halloween season - all new Spooky Sticker icons!

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More Stickers = More Fun!

David Lanham releases the first add-on pack to his popular 'Sticker System' for CandyBar. Trash cans, apps and more!

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Get Stuck on Sticker System!

Now you can plaster your desktop with digital stickers from David Lanham's latest freeware icon set - Sticker System.

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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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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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Get Your System An iLife!

Inspired by Apple's packaging design of the iLife software sweet, comes David Lanham's new icon set - iSystem.

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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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"If we can dream it..."

Iconfactory Foreman, Gedeon Maheux releases his latest freeware icon set based on the pavilions of EPCOT Center.

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A New Treat for Halloween - CandyBar 2.0, No Tricks!

Panic and The Iconfactory are pleased to announce the immediate availablity of CandyBar version 2.0.

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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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Icons From The Heart

Artist Talos Tsui whips up a set of cute heart-shaped icons just in time for Valentine's Day 2004. Sweets for the sweet!

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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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G-Unit Ready to Launch!

Talos Tsui releases his latest freeware icon set inspired by the futuristic mechanics of the Gundam anime series.

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G5 Drives Arrive!

Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon set based on the industrial design of Apple's amazing G5 enclosures.

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