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September 18, 2009 / Upnishad

Give Ubuntu a facelift with new community themes and icon sets

A lot of new Ubuntu users are put off by the default color scheme. “Brown and orange? Well, it’s really not all that hard to tweak your interface to something more “you” in Ubuntu — and soon there will be some more default options available.

Four new community-developed themes are now available, and they’re all well done and visually appealing. While there are still plenty of mocha tones, I think each one is a nice alternative to Ubuntu’s out-of-the-box look.

Check the screens and get download links after the break!

[via Ubuntu Manual]

Hanso (also seen in lead image) [download]

Impression [download]

Kin [download: GTK / Emerald / Wallpaper]

Turrican Blue [download]

Turrican Orange [download]

Breathe [download]

Humanity [download]


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