Vivacious Colors GTK Icon Theme

Vivacious Colors
is an vivid and modern icon suite for Linux.
Featuring an stunning NEW set of application icons.
Completely re-designed by RAVEfinity.

Vivacious Icons are simple and clean but make use of gradients and shading for more intricate beauty and sophistication.

Fully tested and built to work on most major GTK desktops including:
Cinnamon, Gnome Shell, Gnome Classic, Mate, Xfce, LXDE, Unity, OpenBox Etc.

Current Version Is: 1.4
Released, April 14th, 2016.

Sorry This theme is not in active development right now. And is not tested on distributions above 16.04 LTS. May not work on distributions newer then 2016. 


Vivacious does not currently work on Linux Mint 18.2 & 18.3 and newer.
Linux Mint's file managers are having conflicts with our folder icons for some bizarre reason. 

Linux Mint users we highly recommend the Mint Icon themes that come with Linux Mint Namely the new Mint-Y theme it is based on Moka icons and uses parts of Vibrancy icons too.

Vivacious Requires about 55 MB of space.
However with GTK Icon Cache Files it could require as much as 280 MB.
Please have a bit of space to spare just in case your system uses big cache mode.

4 colors of folders are selectable by default:
Stock Manila Folders, Blue, Purple, Mint Teal.

10 more folder colors can be installed with the "Vivacious-Folder-Colors-Addon" Package:
Aqua ,Graphite ,Blue Vivid (Dark), Brown, Green, Purple Vivid (Dark), Red, Pink, Orange, Yellow.

5 Versions Of Panel, Tool-bar & Menu Icon Setups Are Select-able:
These variants effect the Panel, Action & Menu Icons Only.

Once installed simply activate the icons using Gnome Tweak, Unity Tweak or your desktops theme manager pane. See our Theme FAQ for help.

This theme is not KDE/QT compatible at the moment.

PPA install instructions are bellow. Scroll down a bit further for packages & tars.

Install Now, Using The RAVEfinity PPA:

This theme can be installed on Mint & Ubuntu

& based distributions by using the RAVEfinity PPA.  

To Install, Enter These Commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ravefinity-project/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install vivacious-colors 
If You Want 10 More Folder Colors. Then Also Enter:
sudo apt-get install vivacious-folder-colors-addon 

These commands are entered into a terminal window.
Ctrl+Alt+T Typically opens a terminal window.

Mint, Ubuntu, Debian (Deb)

Download Deb Package (Mirror 1)
Download Deb Package (Mirror 2)

The Main Theme Comes With 4 Great Folder Colors.
If You Want 10 More Great Folder Colors, We have an add-on:

Download Folder Color Add-on Deb (Mirror 1)
Download Folder Color Add-on Deb (Mirror 2)
Arch, Manjaro (AUR)
Not currently working.
We are working on a new build
We have let things stagnate too long I guess.
So no one cares about packaging it. :D 

Install Via AUR:

Download AUR Package

Download Folder Color Addon (AUR)

Any Distribution (Tar)

Download Tar Package (Mirror 1)
Download Tar Package (Mirror 2)

The Main Theme Comes With 4 Great Folder Colors.
If You Want 10 More Great Folder Colors, We have an add-on:

Download Folder Color Add On Tar Package (Mirror 1)
Download Folder Color Add On Tar Package (Mirror 2)

Special Thanks To:

Credits & Copyrights (Please see the included text file for full credits.)

Please Support: All the great Open Source projects who make up this theme and make it possible.
We have made heavy modifications to many of these works and created our own media in areas, But a lot of credit goes to:                               (App Icons Orig. Based On Plasma-Next.)   (Some App Icons.)                    (Device Icons)       
(Panel Icons, Toolbar Icons)               
(Orig. Mime-type Icons)                
(Folder Symbols, Toolbar Icons In NonMono)

Vivacious Colors: Lead Developer & Designer: Jared Sot. (RAVEfinity)  

Vivacious Colors Icon Suite

Some Parts GPL v2

(C) 2014-2017 RAVEfinity