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November 19th, 2008

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A little set of Data icons because I am currently obsessed.

1 is a reference to Nemesis and the Bible verse "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."

2-4 use a scratch grunge brush from Smashing Magazine.

7 is a quote of CS Lewis.

9 refers to Data's ode to Spot.

Captures snagged from user positronicboyfriend on Photobucket.


Usual rules apply: Please comment/credit iconway if taking. No hotlinking. No altering.

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August 13th, 2008

1930s Icons

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Here is a little set of 1930s goodness.

1-5 are 1930s brides, photos from vintagephoto.
6-7 are from fashion sketches by Molyneux.
8 is from a pattern envelope.
9-12 are random artwork from sources I don't recall now.

Usual rules apply: Please comment/credit iconway if taking. No hotlinking. No altering.

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January 9th, 2008

Tango Icons

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I love the song "Blue Tango", especially when sung by Nelson Eddy, so the following icons are a tribute both to the song and the dance itself. Images pulled from a Blingo.com image search.

No. 13 is Rudolph Valentino. "There's nothing like tile for the tango" is pulled from "Sunset Boulevard".

Usual rules apply: Please comment/credit iconway if taking. No hotlinking.

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September 1st, 2007

By request of bluetango1923, with pleasure, I present the Rudolph Valentino colourbar. :-D



(Click on these twice to get to the full-size version.)

And, because this idea amused me, a Fredric March Plus Hats colourbar:



And hey, why not. A Rudy friends-only banner, too - here under the cut, three different colourisationsCollapse )

July 22nd, 2007

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OK... here are 16 icons of James Cagney and George Raft from "Each Dawn I Die".

Also a stray "G-Men" icon featuring The Cagney. :-)

Usual rules apply. Commenting and crediting are lovely.




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I might mention that No. 2 just got first place at classicicontest. Shhh... don't tell a soul.

July 14th, 2007

1-14 are "Sylvia Scarlett" icons I made this evening because... well, I love this movie far too much.
15-18 were made for classicicontest's Cary Grant challenge and are from "Sylvia Scarlett" and "Holiday".
19 is Donald Crisp and Roddy McDowall in "How Green Was My Valley.
20: Lionel Barrymore and Edward Arnold, "You Can't Take It With You"
21, 22: Made for classicicontest's Gary Cooper challenge.
23: Lew Ayres, "All Quiet on the Western Front"

As usual, comments are love and crediting iconway is appreciated if you take and use any of these.

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May 31st, 2007

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Two Victor Jory wallpapers...

The following is a still from "Escape From Devil's Island":


And one I did yesterday - capture from "A Midsummer Night's Dream", with Anita Louise:

May 26th, 2007

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Davycentric icons. Because for whatever reason, he fascinates me.

These are all caps from Dead Man's Chest. As usual, commenting is nice. Crediting is love.

May 24th, 2007

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Two versions of a new wallpaper...

This is my favourite:


I was experimenting with making James look a little transparent in this one:

May 21st, 2007

Five Ronald Colman/Vilma Banky icons!

Comment, credit please, no hotlinky, enjoy.

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