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2010 QuickPix Roundup

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2010 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Smooth Is the New Black

Iconfactory artist and founder, Corey Marion, is pleased to announce the release of Smoothicons Vol. 12.

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"Embrace the Shadow!"

Iconfactory artist Dave Brasgalla releases the Warcraft Vol.1 freeware icon collection based on the hit MMORPG.

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Gotta Catch 'em All!

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2004 icon collection containing all of the single icon releases of the year.

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QuickPix 2010

Complete set of QuickPix icons released in 2010.

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Smoothicons 12

iWeb, Pages, Warcraft & more in the Smoothicon style.

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Warcraft - Volume 1

Objects from Blizzard's hit game World of Warcraft.

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Litho Extras Vol. 1

More application icons for the popular Litho System.

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QuickPix 2004

Complete collection of QuickPix released in 2004.

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