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iPhonica Vol. 4 Is Here

Artist Kate England releases Volume 4 of her series of icons based on the GUI of Apple's new iPhone.

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Extra Large Application Icons

Artist and founder, Corey Marion, releases application replacement icons in his ant's eye Monolith perspective style.

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Add Some Spice to Your iLife!

Inspired by Apple's iLife packaging, artist David Lanham, releases his latest icon set - iSystem for CandyBar.

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Let's Go On A Safari!

Steve Jobs unveils Apple's new browser, Safari, to the Mac faithful at MacWorld and we can't wait to get our hands on it.

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iPhonica Vol. 4

Artist Kate England releases Volume 4 of her series of icons based on the GUI of Apple's new iPhone.

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Arcade Daze Apps Vol. 1

Arcade Daze style application replacements

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Monolith Apps

Apple application icons in the Monolithic System style.

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Litho Extras Vol. 1

More application icons for the popular Litho System.

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iSystem Extras

Application replacement icons in the iSystem style.

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