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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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Beware the Horseman!

Washington Irving's classic Halloween tale comes to life in an all new spooky desktop picture from Dave Brasgalla.

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A SoBig Deal

In boxes around the globe are flooded with spam messages as the notorious SoBig Virus spreads like wild fire.

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Skelanimals 2

More cute and creepy animals based on Mitchell Bernal's Skelanimals series. Perfect Halloween pets!

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The Headless Horseman

Washington Irving's classic Halloween tale comes to life in this spooky desktop picture from Dave Brasgalla.

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Wild West Vol. 2

Saddle up pardner, more icons from the 'ol west!

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Wild West

Rustic set of icons from the American old west.

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Las Vegas Icons

Put a little piece of Las Vegas right on your desktop!

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