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2010 QuickPix Roundup

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2010 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Frakking Toasters!

Battlestar Galactica lives again with this set of Cylon Centurions, or 'Toasters' for your desktop from Talos Tsui.

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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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Frenzic System Icons for Candybar

Give your Mac a neon make-over with the release of Louie Mantia's Frenzic System replacement icon set for CandyBar.

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Aqua's Back and It's Black!

We return from our production break with an all-new set of Aqua system replacement icons from artist David Lanham.

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Stick It To Me!

Your desktop is about to get a whole lot stickier thanks to the latest set of sticker app icons from David Lanham.

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Go Retro with Arcade Daze Apps

Who needs gaudy, realistic application icons when you can have retro classics from Ged's Arcade Daze Apps Vol. 1?

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Arcade Daze System Boots Up

Give your Mac or PC a complete retro 80's make over with Ged's Aracde Daze system replacement set for CandyBar.

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More Agua Por Favor!

David Lanham's back with an all new set of Agua folder icons that feel right at home in Apple's Mac OS X Leopard.

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Agua Gets Refreshed

Agua gets refreshed with 512x512s and Dock resources for Leopard.

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Cabel Tells All (almost)

Get a glimpse of things to come over at Cabel Sasser's blog. He talks about the future of Candybar, Pixadex and more.

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Spooky Stickers To Seal Your Doom!

Artist David Lanham hands out the best kind of trick or treats this Halloween season - all new Spooky Sticker icons!

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More Stickers = More Fun!

David Lanham releases the first add-on pack to his popular 'Sticker System' for CandyBar. Trash cans, apps and more!

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Get Stuck on Sticker System!

Now you can plaster your desktop with digital stickers from David Lanham's latest freeware icon set - Sticker System.

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This Valentine's Day, Give the Gift of Pixels

Kate England expands her ever-popular iPhonica icon series with a complete CandyBar system replacement set.

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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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Two Treats In One

Iconfactory artist Talos Tsui announces the release of his latest freeware icon collection for CandyBar - ClearBlack.

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Announcing Universal Binary Support for CandyBar

Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 2.6 with Universal binary support.

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Agua, Agua Everywhere!

Artist David Lanham releases an application add-on set to his popular Agua System Collection for CandyBar.

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Thirsty for System Icons? Say Hello to Agua!

Artist David Lanham offers up a stunning set of system replacement icons for CandyBar entitled Agua.

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Go Ahead, Open The Cage!

Panic and The Iconfactory announce an update to our popular system replacement utility, CandyBar, for Tiger.

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What's Old Is New

Anthony Piraino releases his latest freeware icon collection as a system replacement set for CandyBar - Litho System.

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A New Treat for Halloween - CandyBar 2.0, No Tricks!

Panic and The Iconfactory are pleased to announce the immediate availablity of CandyBar version 2.0.

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CandyBar Updated to 1.6.5

Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 1.6.5 which qualifies the app for OS X 10.3.5.

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Still Going Strong

The Iconfactory proudly celebrates its eight year anniversary with the release of our 200th Icon Set.

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Introducing "Somatic" For CandyBar

Artist David Lanham offers up his first IF freeware icon creation, a fun and whimsical CandyBar set called Somatic.

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A New CandyBar to Unwrap!

Panic and The Iconfactory announce the release of CandyBar 1.6.3 qualified for use with Mac OS X 10.3.3.

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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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More Metal For Your Desktop

Corey Marion releases his TiSystem set for CandyBar, and the Iconfactory launches QuickPix, single, free icons for visitors.

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Trash Talk

Anthony Piraino releases a set of fun trash can replacement icons for use with CandyBar - Garbage In, Garbage Out.

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