Tribal Mask Icons Emerge From The Iconfactory Jungle

The Iconfactory has released a "Tiki Lounge" themed collection of icons and desktops for OS X. The Tribal Masks collection was inspired by tribal cultures from around the globe. By using the icon sets and desktops together, a user can transform their desktop into a tropical tribal environment. According to The Iconfactory:

The Iconfactory is proud to announce our latest freeware icon collection, Tribal Masks for OS X. Iconfactory Foreman, Gedeon Maheux has taken inspiration from tribal cultures from around the globe to create this new set of colorful, and bold icons for the Macintosh desktop.

Accompanying the release of the icon set, our sister site, The Deskstop has posted several free desktop picts that will help transform an average desktop, into one of far away lands. And in co-operation with PixelDecor, Macintosh users can download a number of free patterns that work great with Tribal Masks to give windows and backgrounds that retro "Tiki Lounge" look.

Tribal Masks is available from The Iconfactory as either standard Mac icons or as an organized icon pack that can be used with IconBrowser on Mac OS X or IconDropper on Mac OS 9. We invite you to stop by The Iconfactory today and check out our latest creations. Enjoy!

You can find more information about the Tribal Mask icons and desktops at The Iconfactory Web site.

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