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This page collects artwork proposals for Debian GNU/Linux. For more information see

Proposals for Debian GNU/Linux 6 ("Squeeze")

  • Nightly - A romantic, nightly Theme.

  • SpaceFun - Debian + Squeeze = People, Alien, The Universal, Launch, Planets, Fun, Easy Packages, Security, Blue and Red.

  • MoreBlue2Red - Moreblue2red restoring the original identity of the spiral (color red), thus preserving the identity of the official Debian Distributions. An idea to highlight the blue sticker and below, a new Red as used in printing unofficial and adhesives.

  • Default - I can't think of a more appropriate name right now.

  • Debian LibStick - Red and Blues Debian Fluxbox styles. Two dark styles with dark blue font and light blue font for high contrast, and one light style.

  • Debian Ciel - A blue, bright Debian theme.

  • LISP Machine - A theme going back into the history of Free Software

  • SpaceMachine - A theme that combines elements of Spacefun and LISP machine

Proposals for Debian GNU/Linux 7 ("Wheezy")

  • FreeTypo - Use a real typography ("debian text") in themes.

  • SuperNovaDebian - A simple blue theme with a supernova light.

  • Roj - Green theme including the light element, but still aims easyness on the eyes.

  • NiceIce - An idea for Wheezy theme

  • Ice Swirl - A proposal for a theme ice for debian aka 'Wheezy', made collaboratively with the experience of many stakeholders.

  • Please feel free to add your own theme proposal here.

Installable theme packages - a raw concept

Here you find some ideas for building .deb theme-packages. The topic has been more or less frequently discussed since 2008. http://wiki.debian.org/DebianArt/StructureThemePackage