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Man's Best Friend

Artist Mindy Weaver announces the release of her latest desktop picture based on Azumanga - Fairyland Dog.

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Under the Big Top!

Iconfactory News Hound and artist Mindy Weaver releases a cute set of freeware icons - The Circus.

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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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Toxic

Remind yourself of the dangers of scaring with this wallpaper based on Disney's "Monsters Inc."

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The Polar Express

All aboard for icons from The Polar Express.

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Pointy

He might be an aardvark. He might be a doggie, we’re just not sure. Whatever he is he makes a great desktop!

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The Transformers

Classic desktop icons from the kids cartoon!

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Palace of St. Nikolas™

Classic desktop icons that tell the true origin of Santa.

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