Last week Iconfactory released a new free iconset: iPhonica System.
Kate England expands her popular iPhonica series to the Mac desktop with a complete CandyBar system replacement set.
Iconfactory iPhonica System icon set (by Kate England)
This set contains 76 individual icons and can be downloaded in Windows, Mac and Pixadex (Candybar iContainer) format.
Visit Iconfactory for more freebies.
Iconfactory has released 3 sets of free icons last month: Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3, Naruto Vol. 1 and iPhonica Vol. 2.
Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 contains 7 individual icons based on the SCIfi Channel hit series Battlestar Galactica.
Iconfactory Battlestar Galactica Vol. 3 by Corey Marion
Naruto Vol. 1 (by Talos Tsui) is a collection of 10 icons featuring popular characters from the hit anime series Naruto.
iPhonica Vol. 2 features 10 icons (by Kate England) in her 2nd volume of icons based on the upcoming GUI of Apple’s new iPhone. You can get Vol. 1 at Marmalade Moon.
Visit Iconfactory’s freeware page for more goodies (like cute wallpapers by Mindy Weaver).
Iconfactory has released The Polar Express, Iconfactory artist Anthony Piraino’s latest freeware release, based on the 2004 film version of the story.
“On Christmas Eve many years ago, I lay quietly in my bed. I did not rustle the sheets. I breathed slowly and silently. I was listening for a sound – a sound a friend had told me I’d never hear – the ringing bells of Santa’s sleigh.” So begins Chris Van Allsburg’s classic tale of wonder, belief, and a trip to the North Pole.
Perfect for the Christmas season!
The Polar Express (by Anthony Piraino)
The collection contains 6 individual icons and is built with large resources for Windows Vista.
Visit Iconfactory for more information and a link to download the The Polar Express.
Iconfactory has released a new set of free icons: QuickPix 2006.
QuickPix in 2006 ranged from hardware icons like Apple’s MacBook laptops and Nintendo’s slick Wii console drive, to less serious affairs like Leonard Nimoy‘s Head and Shakey, the friendly beverage. We hope you enjoyed our efforts to bring some fun to your desktop and hope you?ll stick around for all new QuickPix starting in 2007.
Iconfactory QuickPix 2006
This icon set contains 13 individual icons consisting of all the individual QuickPix released this past year. Great stuff! The included Santa Sprite is just in time for the Christmas Season.
Also make sure to check these hilarious Wii Safety desktop pictures.
Iconfactory‘s latest free icon set is a simple set of all-purpose icons that will come in handy for Mac and Windows users alike: Xpressionism Every Day.
Xpressionism Every Day – by Iconfactory
It contains 7 icons in typical desktop categories like music, pictures, travel and more and has been rendered in the popular and energetic style of Iconfactory’s Xpressionism stock icon family.
Go get them at the Xpressionism Every Day product page. (Windows, Mac and iContainer formats)
Iconfactory has released Float Sneak Peek, a free icon set available for Mac OS, Windows and as a Pixadex iContainer.
Corey Marion, the author of Smoothicons, Titanium and Monolith brings you a quick preview of the next system replacement set he has on the production lines at the Factory.
Check these truly gorgeous icons!
Float Sneak Peek – by Corey Marion
This collection contains 12 individual icons (mostly iPods). Grab them at Iconfactory’s download page.
Iconfactory has released another free icon set for this Halloween season: Bride of Macabre.
She has risen from the crypt and brought a gaggle of gruesome buddies with her! She is the Bride of Macabre, the sequel to Ged’s popular 2002 Halloween set, Macabre. This time around your desktop will play host to a frightening cast of characters including Jason Voorhees, Samara from The Ring, H.R. Geiger’s Alien, Nosferatu and many others!
Bride of Macabre (by Gedeon Maheux)
The collection contains 10 individual icons and is built with large resources for Windows Vista.
Visit Iconfactory for more information and a link to download the Bride of Macabre.