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Ace in the Hole

Mindy offers up a new desktop picture of Ace, the muscle behind the Royal Flush Gang of TV's Batman Beyond.

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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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Curiouser and Curiouser

Iconfactory artist Louie Mantia offers character based desktops inspired by Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland.

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The Kit and Caboodle of 2008

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2008 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Knicks and Knacks of 2007

The workers wrangled up all the iconic stragglers and the result is the annual QuickPix collection for 2007.

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"You'll shoot your eye out, kid!"

Artist Anthony Piraino releases a fun set of freeware icons based on the beloved holiday film - A Christmas Story.

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