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A Nyu for You!

Mindy portrays the ultra-cute half of the popular Japanese anime series 'Elfen Lied' in this graphic desktop of Nyu.

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Bunnies Need Love Too

Artist Mindy Weaver sends a special Valentine your way in the form of two cute new desktop pictures - Bunnies!

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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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Nimble Folders

Desktop Folders replacement set

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Nyu

Lucy's light hearted side shows through in this desktop picture inspired by Nyu from the ADV anime "Elfen Lied".

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Purple Bunnies

Mindy goes for the double desktop whammie with this companion picture release to Pink Bunnies - Purple Bunnies!

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QuickPix 2005

Complete collection of QuickPix icons released in 2005.

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Azmanga Kitty

"Beware the kitty!" in this cute desktop picture based on one of the characters from the anime series Azumanga.

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