deviantART is the largest online social network for artists and art enthusiasts with over 19 million registered members, attracting 45 million unique visitors per month.
dA hosts the best Gnome Shell, GTK and Icons themes, but also has many enthusiasts that come up with extremely designs how a desktop should look like. If you think that Gnome Shell can’t be customized, think again :)
I picked the *latest* Desktops I like more, and I print them in *Random* Order. If you want to transform your desktop like the bellow designs, just visit the dA links.
1. Gnome Remix 12.10
Theme: Mirev2 GTK3 by thrynk | Icons: AwOken by alecive
2. Fry – Gnome
Gnome-Shell 3.6 | Ubuntu 12.10
3. PinguyOS Blue Center Light
OS: PinguyOS 12.04 x64 | DE: Gnome Shell 3.4
4. 19 October 2012 – Ubuntu 12.10
Ubuntu 12.10 | Conky: Mine | Covergloobus: Amana2 | Wallpaper: Slight mod of| Gnome Shell: Elegance Colours | Faience Icons
5. Big Desktop
Big desktop ( without gnome-shell panel, only “hot corner” or super key )
6. Li Mac
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS | Gnome 3
7. Learning The Basics
Ubuntu 12.10 with Gnome Shell 3.6
There is much more!
deviantArt contains an unlimited number of Themes and variations for Gnome Shell. There is always a way to make “Gnome 3 is About Choice” for real, no matter if the developers directly support customization, or not.
How about showing us your desktop?
We thought about doing our own “Show your Desktop Friday” here on woGue so go ahead and send us a screenshot of your desktop with a quick description of what you are using (distribution, Gnome Shell version, extensions, GTK and GS themes, Icon set etc). If we get enough contributions, we will do this every Friday and we may evolve it into a competition where you will be voting for the best!