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Artist Anthony Piraino pulls anchor and sails away to adventure with his scurvy iconic creation - Jolly Roger Vol. 2.

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"You throw me the icons, I throw you the whip!"

Iconfactory artist Anthony Piraino releases the Raiders of the Lost Ark icon collection based on the hit film.

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Litho Extras Vol. 7

Artist Anthony Piraino expands the Litho universe once again with icons for Aperture, Time Machine and others.

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At the Beach

Icons perfect for a sunny day at the beach!

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Garbage In, Garbage Out

Assorted, offbeat trash-can replacement icons.

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Jolly Roger

Ahoy matey, there be pirate icons dead ahead!

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Jolly Roger Vol. 2

Shiver me timbers! More pirate icons!

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Sea Shells

Sea creature icons that thrive and live in Aqua.

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Halloween 2009

Halloween treats from the Iconfactory staff.

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Primitive signs & symbols from global tribal cultures.

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