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New icon style from Corey Marion inspired by the BeOS icons from the 1990's. A bold, precise and modern new look.
Iconfactory artist Dave Brasgalla brings Apple's latest iPod Nanos to your desktop in all their vibrant colors.
Artist Louie Mantia releases a large set of hard drive icons inspired by the industrial design of Jonathan Ive.
Corey Marion updates his Smoothicons universe with the latest Apple MacBooks and rainbow colored iPods.
The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2008 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.
The workers wrangled up all the iconic stragglers and the result is the annual QuickPix collection for 2007.
The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2006 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.
Iconfactory artist and founder, Corey Marion, is pleased to announce the release of Smoothicons Vol. 12.
The Iconfactory releases a small maintenance release for our popular OS X monitoring utility iPulse.
The Iconfactory returns to their release schedule after taking a short break to update backend hardware.
The Iconfacory's release schedule goes on a short hiatus in order to update backend hardware equipment.
The Iconfactory becomes aware of a third party website that is listing us as a partner when we are in fact, not.
Dave Brasgalla has expanded his popular G5 Drive icon set to a full blown system replacement set for CandyBar.
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