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The Kit and Caboodle of 2008

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2008 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Hearts (and Pixels) Swell at Valentine's Day

Three icon collections get the Leopard up-sizing treatment just in time for everyone's favorite - Valentine's Day.

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Bunnies Need Love Too

Artist Mindy Weaver sends a special Valentine your way in the form of two cute new desktop pictures - Bunnies!

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Sweets for the Sweet!

Artist Kate England releases her latest freeware icon collection filled with candy and flowers - Valentine's Day.

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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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Icons From The Heart

Artist Talos Tsui whips up a set of cute heart-shaped icons just in time for Valentine's Day 2004. Sweets for the sweet!

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You're Shmoopie! No, You Are!

Artist Dave Brasgalla whips up a batch of sweet candy hearts perfect for the Valentine's Day holiday. Be mine baby!

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