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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

We finish out 2013 with a new wintry wallpaper from Kate!

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'Tis the Season!

Gedeon updates his festive Winter Wonderland icon collection for Leopard, complete with a chilly Dock for CandyBar 3.

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We All Scream for iPhone!

Artist Kate England releases the follow up set to Marmalade Moon's recently released iPhonica icon collection.

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iOS 7 Days of Christmas

Turn your desktop into a winter wonderland with this iOS 7-inspired seasonal wallpaper.

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iPhonica Vol. 2

Artist Kate England releases Volume 2 of her series of icons based on the upcoming GUI of Apple's new iPhone.

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Happy Holidays 2005

Christmas, holiday and winter icons for 2005.

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Winter Wonderland

Iconic symbols of the winter holiday season.

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Snowflake

An iPulse jacket perfect for winter time or just decoration.

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