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A Plethora of Ive Drives

Artist Louie Mantia releases a large set of hard drive icons inspired by the industrial design of Jonathan Ive.

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Frenzic for iPhone Has Arrived!

The Iconfactory and ARTIS Software are proud to announce the release of Frenzic, now for iPhone & iPod touch.

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The Return of the Smooth

Smoothicons 13 packs the latest Apple hardware and new app replacements including Photoshop and Twitterrific.

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Smoothicons 14 Slides On Over

Corey Marion updates his Smoothicons universe with the latest Apple MacBooks and rainbow colored iPods.

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Slab

BeOS style Apple hardware

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Ive Drives

Drives modeled after the industrial design at Apple.

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Smoothicons 13

Current Apple hardware and several applications.

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iPod, Therefore I Am

Cool icons of Apple's wildly popular music players.

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Smoothicons 12

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

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Smoothicons 4

Smothicon Apple Hardware including xServes & iMacs.

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