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Trash Talk

Anthony Piraino releases a set of fun trash can replacement icons for use with CandyBar - Garbage In, Garbage Out.

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Puft System

Super-soft system replacement icons for CandyBar.

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IF 200th Set

The Iconfactory's 200th freeware icon collection.

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Somatic

Play with these fun, organic system replacement icons.

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Totem Pole

A fresh take on OS X system replacement icons.

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Matrix Rebooted

Matrix style system replacement icons for CandyBar.

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Windows XP

We worked with Microsoft to create a fresh, new design style and produced over 100 icons to complete the makeover of the Windows XP look and feel.

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Did the Iconfactory work on the Windows XP icon suite?

Yes, we worked closely with Microsoft to develop a suite of icons including the Recycle Bin, My Computer and others.

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