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Summer On A Stick

Summer on a Stick - A set of ice creams and popsicle icons to keep your desktop stylish, cool and refreshing.

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Revenge Flows Like Magma

Mindy releases her latest desktop picture based on hero turned super villain, Magma from DC's Batman Beyond.

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The Golden Compass

Dave Brasgalla releases a desktop and quickpix for the movie, The Golden Compass.

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Dust

Desktop picture with warm, naturalistic tones and golden motes

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Vintage Halloween

Iconic Halloween characters based on vintage designs.

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Chiyo's Father

Say hello to Chiyo’s feline father in this warm desktop based on a character from the anime series Azumanga.

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Vectra

Simple, stylish vector folder and hard drive icons.

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Summertime Snacks

Icons of some favorite, yummie summer time treats.

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What does an orange warning triangle on an icon mean?

The icon does not contain native resources for the size setting you have selected and is being scaled up or down.

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