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"Will You Pilot Eva?"

Artist Mindy Weaver announces the release of her latest anime desktop picture based on Shinji from Evangelion.

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A Long Overdue Apology

Yes, we admit it. We made a mistake with the now infamous "Black phase" of the Iconfactory website design.

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"Launch Evangelion!"

Artist Mindy Weaver releases a rockin' desktop picture based on graphic art from Evangelion - Let's Go Asuka!

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New Evangelion Desktop

Mindy Weaver announces the release of her latest desktop picture based on Rei from the anime series Evangelion.

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The Day of Anime

Artist Mindy Weaver offers up a new and stunning anime desktop picture based on Kaoru of Evangelion.

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World of Aqua 5

Photorealistic icons of applications & other goodies!

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Kidcon Alpine OS

A cool, Nordic system replacement icon set.

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if : evangelion

Classic desktop icons based on the hit anime series.

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