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Heroes & Villains Icons

David Lanham brings some of the most pop-culture's most beloved heroes and villains to your desktop to duke it out.

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Somatic Rebirth Extras 2!

The Somatic treasure trove is replenished with fun new application icons from Iconfactory artist David Lanham.

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Ramp Champ Flurry Icons for your Desktop

Now you can bring the iconic glyphs from Ramp Champ to your desktop as a set of cool Flurry icons from Louie Mantia.

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Somatic Ramp Champ

New Somatic icons by David Lanham, inspired by items from the iPhone game "Ramp Champ".

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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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Smoothicons 14 Slides On Over

Corey Marion updates his Smoothicons universe with the latest Apple MacBooks and rainbow colored iPods.

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Somatic Rebirth Apps

David Lanham's rebirth of the Somatic universe expands to include some of your favorite desktop applications.

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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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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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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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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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Float now available for download

Float system replacement set released for download

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Extra Large Application Icons

Artist and founder, Corey Marion, releases application replacement icons in his ant's eye Monolith perspective style.

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Wow, Those Icons Are BIG!

Artist Corey Marion offers up a new way of looking at system replacement icons with this weeks freeware set - Monolith.

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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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Announcing "Sprite" Stock Icon Collection

The Iconfactory announces the release of a new family of royalty-free stock icons for developers - Sprite.

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Clipper Has Docked Once Again!

Gedeon Maheux releases the second set in his series of simple, but fun application icons - Clipper System Vol. 2.

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