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Pop GTK Theme – An Eye Candy Theme for Unity & GNOME

System76 Pop Themes for Ubuntu
Written by Martins D. Okoi

In the theme universe, the best themes are usually either a fork of others or hybrids. In the case we have today, this theme is a fork.

Pop Theme is an eye candy theme with love for Ubuntu’s brown and orange color scheme. Because it is a fork of the beautiful Adapta GTK theme (which gets inspiration from Google’s Material Design) and Papirus Icons, it places emphasis on its icons drop-down shadowy look while maintaining a flat and sleek UI.

The theme (created by the Ubuntu computer selling company, System76,) comes as a metapackage which containing pop-fonts, pop-gtk-theme, and pop-icon-theme – everything you will need to keep the ‘Pop’ design scheme on your workstation consistent.

As I mentioned earlier, Pop Theme has a love for Ubuntu’s color scheme and it does a good job of polishing it to make it “pop”. It features a Ubuntuish-Material Design-inspired brown and orange color palette which complements its overall grayish background color and bright orange buttons and checkmarks

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It uses Papirus Icons for its Icon set and them too, blend with the theme’s overall UI nicely.

Pop Theme Preview 1

Pop Theme Preview 1

Pop Theme Preview 2

Pop Theme Preview 2

Pop Theme will work best on both Unity and GNOME desktops so you can hurry and grab yourself a package now.

Download Pop Theme Installers

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Download Pop Theme Installers (Alternative Links)

Remember that just setting up a theme and an icon set for your PC doesn’t end the customization process because you will still have to add a nice wallpaper (that suits your taste) into the mix to perfect the recipe. You can even go further to set custom sounds and notification alert types.

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About the author

Martins D. Okoi

Martins Jr. (Dillivine) Okoi is a graduate of Computer Science with a passion for Linux and the Open Source community. He works as a Web designer & developer, technical writer, and programmer.

  • Joseph Romano

    Nice review! I just installed the theme; I like it. The icon set is nice, has what I call a lipstick kind of look. Easy to install with deb packages. Thanks bro!

    • Lol “a lipstick kind of look” has a nice ring to it.

      You’re welcome Joe. I’m happy you like the theme.
      And thanks for reading 🙂

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