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Presenting Max Rudberg

Iconfactory intern and theme artist, Max Rudberg, releases his first official freeware icons at Max Themes.

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Introducing Max Rudberg

The Iconfactory announces that Mac theme designer Max Rudberg has accepted a 4 month intern position with us.

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More Spring Time Wonder From Kate

Kate England, releases a new set of icons and desktop pictures just in time for spring at Marmalade Moon.

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More Signs of Spring

Iconfactory Artist, Kate England, posts a new set of spring time icons as well as a desktop pict at Marmalade Moon.

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England's Autumn

Kate England announces a new icon set and desktop calendar over at Marmalademoon.com - Autumn Leaves.

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Vectra

Simple, stylish vector folder and hard drive icons.

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World of Aqua Folders

Various World of Aqua folder icons for your desktop.

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World of Aqua 3

World of Aqua iPod, folders and regular object icons.

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Copaqua

Copland and Aqua in one, cool, classic icon collection.

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