1. More Aesthetic Awesomeness for Your Thematic Desires!
        Since the last time we gave an update on custom themes, we’ve added a ton of custom themes that have been contributed by some particularly awesome artists. Check them out below!
        If you have a subscription to Grooveshark Anywhere or Grooveshark Plus, click the image or theme name below to see the full-size version of the theme on Grooveshark.


    Rubens LP

    Rubens is an illustrator from São Paulo, Brasil, and is interested everything visual arts, mainly figurative art.
    Website: http://www.rubenslp.com.br/
    Twitter: @Rubenslp


    Violeiro
       
    Left: Flautista
    Right: Violinista


    Sean Kelly

    Designer / Illustrator
    Website: http://cargocollective.com/seankelly
    Dribbble: http://dribbble.com/S.KELLY


    Submerged
       
    Left: Gleam
    Right: The Fountain


    Anna Deegan

    Anna Deegan is a full-time web designer working and living in Dublin, Ireland. In her free time she works on collaboration, freelance and commissioned illustration and design projects.
    Website: annadeegan.com
    Facebook: Anna on Facebook


    Electropop
       
    Left: Heart of Hearts
    Right :Petit Birds


       

    Left: Turkish Coffee by Greg Puglese
    Greg Puglese is an Illustrator, Designer and Musician
    currently residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    Website: http://www.gregpuglese.com/
    Contact: greg@gregpuglese.com

    Right: Listening Party by Emory Allen
    Illustrator of beasts and letters.
    Website: www.ocularinvasion.com/
    Twitter: @ocularinvasion


       

    Left: Sounds of the Lake by Matt Chase
    Matt Chase is a designer & illustrator living and
    working in Washington, DC.
    Website: http://chasematt.com/Matt Chase
    Twitter: @doble_entendre
    Dribbble: dribbble.com/doble_entendre

    Right: Rock & Roll Music City by Sander Legrand
    Graphic Designer
    Website: gravual.com/
    Twitter: @gravual
    Dribbble: dribbble.com/gravual

       

    Left: Escape by Luke Lisi
    A designer from Kansas City, Kansas.
    Website: work.lisidesign.com/
    Twitter: @lisidesign
    Dribbble: dribbble.com/lisidesign

    Right: Great White by Chase Kunz
    Chase Kunz is a designer and illustrator from Seattle.
    Website: chasekunz.com/
    Twitter: @SpoonsKunz


       

    Left: Foodie by Wesley Bird
    He is Wesley Bird. He designs, he paints, he draws,
    he takes random pictures. He also really like mustaches.
    Website: wesleybird.com/

    Left: Untitled by Tymn Armstrong
    Designer / Illustrator / Director / Thinker / Maker /
    Cinephile / Record Enthusiast / Collector of things.
    Website: www.tymnarmstrong.com
    Twitter: @tymnarmstrong
    Dribbble: dribbble.com/Tymn


    Love and Sweet Designs,
    Grooveshark


  2. The Artful Shark

        With most site themes that we do, we like to get creative with it. The most recent Valentine’s Day theme we did for Samsung featuring the slick GALAXY Note included an interactive feature that let users write notes and draw images using a virtual stylus, with the option save whatever image was created. After seeing the awesome caliber of artfulness displayed by our users, it only seemed appropriate to feature the choicest designs. Check them out below!

       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

    This last one, albeit not done from the site theme, we thought
    was awesome enough that we had to share it.


    Love & Sweet Pix,
    Grooveshark


  3. Designer themes? Grooveshark’s got ‘em. Our designers have turned it up to 11 to provide you with some of the grooviest art to compliment your listening experience.

    First, all users will be able to access Groovin’ and Sharkin’. For this theme, we translated one of the works of MarcPaperScissor, a maker of intricate paper-cut pieces, into digital image:


    Premium users will be able to access all these other new themes from the theme selector. The theme selector is located on the right-hand side of the home page, above the queue.

    From James' theme-a-day project, we've got Campfire, which is lovely and subtly detailed, and Chilly Hills:


    Next, from designer Taurean Bryant, we’ve got Cheeter and Tragedy, which strikes me as being creepily beautiful.



    Lastly, our designer Scott has created Circleism. He says, “I was thinking about fractals and tidal waves and wanted to see what it would take to combine the aspects.”


    Enjoy, and have a great weekend.


  4. Intense! Are there any other awesome/random/weird Grooveshark designs you know of—or you made out there?
via gautch.com

    Intense! Are there any other awesome/random/weird Grooveshark designs you know of—or you made out there?

    via gautch.com