Theme Guide



A Tumblr theme “for curators and creators”. Lookbook’s major feature is an automatically applied blur for the masthead and posts.


Verbage has been made especially for writers on Tumblr.

Nice options for those who write include LaTeX support (for the scientific kind), Google Font integration and highlights for text.


This theme is for those who post a lot of images. Described as the “precisely crafted grid Tumblr theme”, Line includes a lot of options, including two fonts, several “post hovers”, and the ability to change colors.


Like the earlier featured Wooden theme, this former premium theme is now going for free.

Videographer is made primarily for video Tumblr blogs. It “allows you to pipe in videos from Vimeo and YouTube and display it in a slick, blade-based interface” (don’t ask me what the blade part means exactly).




A responsive theme by Paul Mackenzie.


Gorgeous Tumblr theme, with cute icons and a sliding menu.


The folks over at Pixel Union have removed the price-tag for this theme after selling it for $49 theme on the Tumblr Theme Garden.

With a “warm wooden background”, this free sleek theme is still very impressive despite its age. The chunky title and modern black transparent posts are classic design features with a timeless look.

So Pro

A self-professed “uber-modern Tumblr theme” that’s fully responsive and features quite stunning looks.

I love the font the designer has used in the this theme and the careful use of the yellow accent color (it’s “so pro” indeed).


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