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Falling Leaves and a Chill Breeze

Mindy rounds out the autumn season with a new, leafy wallpaper.

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Give Thanks for the Pixels

We release a turkey day compilation for your holiday feast.

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Gobble! Gobble!

As the workers head off to the four corners of the country for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, we wish you safe travels!

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Happy and Safe Halloween!

As the sun sets today, children all across the U.S. head out in search of candy and spooks. Grab some candy for us!

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"There Wolf! There Castle!"

Artist Dave Brasgalla whips up a spooky desktop picture of Young Dr. Frankenstein's mountaintop castle just for you.

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Etchings in Terror

Artist Anthony Piraino scratches and claws an all new, spooky set of Litho icons onto your hard drive for Halloween.

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Boo Meow!

Artist Mindy Weaver and Invader Zim strike again in the form of a robotic kitty cat perfect for the Halloween season.

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The Day of the Dead

Artist David Lanham releases a new set of festive icons to celebrate the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos.

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Halloween Is Coming!

Workers prepare for the site's annual spooky make-over which will be extra spooky this year thanks to our redesign.

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Halloween Draws Near!

Artist Anthony Piraino breaks open the Halloween Tomb and unleashes his latest iconic creations on the world - Creeps!

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Enter, if you dare!

Artist Gedeon Maheux digs up a brand new scary desktop picture in time for Halloween 2005 - Haunted Mansion!

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Boo!

Artist David Lanham digs his latest icon creation, Vintage Halloween, just in time for the trick or treaters!

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Trick or Treat!

Iconfactory artist Kate England rings the doorbell and releases our official spooky set for the year - Halloween 2004.

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...Give Me Something Good To Eat!

David Lanham cooks up something special for the kiddos this Halloween with his freeware icon set - Eat Me.

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Happy Halloween!

All of the workers hope you have enjoyed our 2003 Halloween celebration and hope to see you again next year!

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Cute, Cuddly and Creepy!

Artist Mindy Weaver releases her latest freeware icon set just in time for Halloween 2003 - Boo Buddies!

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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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Something Wicked This Way Comes

The Iconfactory undergoes its annual spooky make over just in time for Halloween 2003. Are you scared yet?

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England's Autumn

Kate England announces a new icon set and desktop calendar over at Marmalademoon.com - Autumn Leaves.

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