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Sometimes Dead is Better!

Mindy has conjured up a 2nd volume of cute and creepy desktop pets based on Mitchell Bernal's Skelanimals.

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'Twas the Nightmare Before Christmas

Artist Louie Mantia brings the characters of Tim Burton's animated feature, The Nightmare Before Christmas to life!

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Trick or Treat!

Classic, creepy masks that 1970's trick-or-treaters should remember.

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"Dead Animals Need Love Too!"

Mindy Weaver releases cute and cuddly Skelanimals icons.

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This is Halloween!

The Iconfactory officially jump-starts the spooky season with the release of a playful Halloween desktop - Still Thirsty.

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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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...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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