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Decepticons, Transform and Attack!

Just in time for Dreamworks' new film, comes Ged's Transformers Volume 3, based on the hit 80's cartoon.

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"Welcome Back Mr. Anderson!"

Dave Brasgalla releases his latest freeware icon collection, Matrix Rebooted, as a CandyBar replacement set.

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"You've been leading ... two lives."

Dave Brasgalla brings bits and bytes from Neo's virtual world directly onto your desktop with Matrix Documentations.

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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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Transformers X Vol. 3

More Transformers including the Autobot Matrix!

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Tiger Extras

System replacement add-on icons for the Tiger OS.

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Vectra

Simple, stylish vector folder and hard drive icons.

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Matrix Rebooted

Matrix style system replacement icons for CandyBar.

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Matrix Documentations

Matrix style desktop folders, files and various media.

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