The Iconfactory has released the 200th set of icons today marking eight years of freeware icons. The "IF 200th Set" collection is designed as replacements for the standard OS icons and features themes from OS 9. According to The Iconfactory:
The Iconfactory was first launched in 1996 (hosted on AOL), as a place where people could come and download icons for their Macs. Eight years, 199 freeware sets and over 5,700 individual icons later, weire still here and pushing pixels.
Four years ago we announced our 100th set on the cusp of the release of Mac OS X. Today, we are proud to release our latest freeware collection, The IF 200th Set. This set of system replacement icons harkens back to the heady days of Mac OS 9 and the beloved "Copland" style of desktop folders and files.
All of the 32x32 and 16x16 versions of this set have been tweaked by hand for maximum "Pixel-clickiness" and look great even in the modern environment of OS X. The set also includes some Iconfactory themed desktop pictures to complete your factory makeover. The IF 200th Set is available for both Mac OS X and Windows and also works great with CandyBar, our system icon replacement utility.
You can find more information about "IF 200th Set" icons at the Icon Factory Web site. The "IF 200th Set" icons are available as freeware.