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Ahoy scurvy dogs! It's Talk Like a Pirate Day Again!

We dig up treasured icons for Talk Like A Pirate Day.

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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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Yarr! It be that time o' year!

Old classics for Talk Like A Pirate Day.

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Yo-Ho! A Pirate's Life For Me!

Artist Anthony Piraino pulls anchor and sails away to adventure with his scurvy iconic creation - Jolly Roger Vol. 2.

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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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Greed, Treachery - and Icons!

Kate England releases the first icon set of her three part series based on the gritty world of a 50's detective.

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