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Weyland Corp: Building Better Worlds

A new set of freeware icons and desktop wallpapers by Dave Brasgalla based on the upcoming scifi epic - Prometheus.

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Trek Tech Beams Down

Iconfactory artist Ged Maheux offers up the gadgets and devices of Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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Has Gone Before...

The Iconfactory wraps up our tribute to Star Trek with a stunning set of official icons based on objects from the film.

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Where No Man...

The Iconfactory's three week tribute to Star Trek continues with a fun set of futuristic folders from Louie Manita.

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To Boldly Go...

The Iconfactory launches a three week tribute to Star Trek, in theaters May 9th, with a set of cool desktop pictures.

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Nothing But the Rain

Battlestar Galactica rank insignias and folders to commemorate the series finale

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Boldly Go with Refresh Trek

Dave Brasgalla dares to journey to the farthest reaches of the galaxy with his latest installment of Folders - Refresh Trek!

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Doctor Who Materializes on Your Desktop!

Ged Maheux releases both a set of freeware icons and a fun desktop picture based on the BBC hit show - Doctor Who.

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"The release of nuclear weapons is now authorized"

Corey Marion releases his third installment of Battlestar Galactica icons from the Sci-Fi Channel hit TV series.

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Baby Spaceships Warp In!

Artist Talos Tsui has robbed the shipyard cradles of sci-fi television & films to bring you adorable baby spacehip icons!

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Scotty, Beam Us Up... NOW!

We are busting at the official news today that CBS will air Star Trek TOS with all new CGI effects to celebrate Trek's 40th.

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Amora Assimilates iPulse

Third party artist Antonino Mingoia has released an iPulse jacket based on D. Lanham's popular Amora system icons.

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The Future Is Amora

Artist David Lanham brings a lavish CandyBar system set to your desktop with robotic visions of the future, in Amora.

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"Launch the alert vipers"

Artist Corey Marion releases his second installment of Battlestar Galactica icons from the Sci-Fi Channel TV series.

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"Welcome Back Mr. Anderson!"

Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon collection, Matrix Rebooted, as a CandyBar replacement set.

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"You've been leading ... two lives."

Dave Brasgalla brings bits and bytes from Neo's virtual world directly onto your desktop with Matrix Documentations.

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Greetings Programs!

Artist Anthony Piraino reses up an all new freeware icon set based on objects from the cult Disney hit - TRON.

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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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R.I.P. John Crichton

We mourn the passing of one of our favorite sci-fi shows - Farscape. Crichton and company will be missed!

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Warp Factor 9, Engage!

Resident pixel pusher and Star Trek fanatic, Gedeon Maheux, releases his latest freeware icon set - Trek Insignia.

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