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Beware Greeks Bearing Gifts

Anthony Piraino raids Mount Olympus to bring you icons from the 1981 cinematic adventure, Clash of the Titans.

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"What drives him wandering across the land?"

The Legend of Boggy Creek creeps onto your desktop.

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Halloween Draws Near!

Artist Anthony Piraino breaks open the Halloween Tomb and unleashes his latest iconic creations on the world - Creeps!

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The Legend of Boggy Creek

The Fouke Monster is alive and well in this spooky Halloween desktop inspired by the campy 70's docu-drama.

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Myth II: Soulblighter

The entire cast from Bungie's Myth II video game.

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St. Patty's Kidcons

All the trappings of St. Patrick's day as Kidcons.

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Myth: The Fallen Lords

Official game character icons of Myth: The Fallen Lords.

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Paranormals

Classic desktop icons of Bigfoot, UFOs & crop circles.

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