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Despite mixed critical reviews and a poor teaser trailer, the workers think PIXAR's Cars is a turbo-charged winner.

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Ancient Egypt Returns In Hieroglyphica Volume 2

Artist Kate England continues her exploration of ancient Egypt with more "Divine words" in Hieroglyphica Vol. 2.

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Crumbs! He's Back!!!

Join DM, Penfold and the rest of the gang on their crazy adventures with Ged's Danger Mouse 2004 icon set!

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AutoEmblems Vol. 1

Badges from various exotic auto makers.

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Element

iPulse jacket inspired by the gauges of Honda's Element SUV.

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autoCons

Classic desktop icons of the fronts & backs of cars.

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The Transformers

Classic desktop icons from the kids cartoon!

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TARDIS In Trouble

The Doctor lands smack dab in the middle of trouble in this desktop picture inspired by the BBC's Doctor Who.

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Hieroglyphica Vol. 2

More icons based on ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.

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