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A New Day, A New Drive

Artist Dave Brasgalla releases a new set of hard drive icons in the World of Aqua style - World of Aqua: Rev 2 Drives.

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G5 Drives Arrive!

Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon set based on the industrial design of Apple's amazing G5 enclosures.

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Litho Extras Vol. 2

More extra replacement icons for the Litho System.

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Tiger Extras

System replacement add-on icons for the Tiger OS.

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World of Aqua Tiger Drives

Revision 2 hard drive icons for the Tiger OS.

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IF 200th Set

The Iconfactory's 200th freeware icon collection.

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World of Aqua: Rev 2 Drives

Hard drive icons with iPod and iBook influences.

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