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Social Networking icons in the Smoothicon style

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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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The Return of the Smooth

Smoothicons 13 packs the latest Apple hardware and new app replacements including Photoshop and Twitterrific.

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Leopard gets Smooth

Smoothicons system replacement set for CandyBar finally updated for use with Mac OS X Leopard

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Be My Smooth-intine!

Candy kisses and beautiful flowers are the order of the day in Corey Marion's latest icon set - Smoothicons Vol. 11.

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Smoothicons 10 for Independence Day

Artist Corey Marion finds time to pump out his latest icon set, Smoothicons 10, while cruising at 30,000 feet!

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A Slave To Smoothicons

Artist and Founder, Corey Marion offers up even more of your favorite application icons as Smoothicon replacements.

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