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Back On The Case!

Kate England is pleased to open the case files once again to offer up the second installment in her Private Eye series.

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The Final Chapter Unfolds

The third installment in Kate England's Private Eye icon series is revealed with all new film noir objects.

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Greed, Treachery - and Icons!

Kate England releases the first icon set of her three part series based on the gritty world of a 50's detective.

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Private Eye Act 2

An icon mystery in three acts. Witness part two!

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Private Eye Act 3

An icon mystery in three acts. Witness part three!

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Matrix Rebooted

Matrix style system replacement icons for CandyBar.

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Las Vegas 2

Let it all ride with more icons from the casino!

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World of Aqua

The very first World of Aqua series icon collection.

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Coffee and Tea

Grab a chair and have a cup of joe in icon form!

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Wild West Vol. 2

Saddle up pardner, more icons from the 'ol west!

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