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Refresh Sakura is Blossoming

Artist Dave Brasgalla gives his Refresh folder series a second installment with springtime cherry blossoms.

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Naruto to the Rescue!

Iconfactory artist Talos Tsui releases his latest freeware icon set based on the popular Japanese anime series Naruto.

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More Spring Time Wonder From Kate

Kate England, releases a new set of icons and desktop pictures just in time for spring at Marmalade Moon.

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Refresh Sakura

The second installment of Refresh from Dave Brasgalla brings the beauty of cherry blossoms to your desktop.

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Refresh Sakura Desktop

Companion desktop to Dave Brasgalla's Refresh Sakura icons.

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Refresh Sakura Desktop (With Blossoms)

Alternate companion desktop to Dave Brasgalla's Refresh Sakura icons.

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Naruto Vol. 1

Popular characters from the hit anime series Naruto.

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