There are a lot of fantastic Tumblr themes designed for highly visual blogs full of photo and video posts and others that work incredibly well with long-form written posts, but few themes work well for both. Jonathan Moore, founder of Style Hatch, designed and built Cadence with the mixture of visual posts and well written articles in mind.
Virtually every visual detail in Cadence can be customized with the color and background image options. Additionally the theme comes packed with other options to control the layout, add comment, feature your Instagram shots and much more. Below you will find a list of all the theme features and options, but if you have questions feel free to email us.
Over the last few years, I have had the privilege of getting to know Jeff Sheldon and the passion he pours into the Ugmonk products is inspiring. His line of clothing, notebooks, sunglasses, prints and wallets are all centered around his love for typography and minimal design.
The image above was taken from his interview with VSCO.
Diego Stocco - Custom Built Orchestra
Not only does Diego Stocco hand craft unique orchestral instruments, but he took it even further by writing and performing a composition to show of his instruments. Clearly Diego Stocco should win some type of creative genius award.
See more of his [instruments and videos on Vimeo]((https://vimeo.com/diegostocco).
John Pusateri’s photorealistic owls are full of personality and hand drawn using pencils, charcoal and pastels.
Revolutionary presets and camera profiles to streamline your workflow and produce beautiful post-processing results.
The Manhattan street photograph you see in the header of the Cadence demo site was taken by Jonathan Moore and processed using the phenomenal VSCO Film for Lightroom.
An Ode to Creative Work by Behance
A film about the opportunity, hardship and responsibility of creative work.
As a self taught photographer, Kyle Thompson began posting his surreal self portraits on Tumblr and Reddit several months ago. The unexpected exposure from his work has helped fuel his fine arts photography career.
Follow Kyle Thompson on Tumblr for more of his shots, details on his process, and answered questions.
A walk through the foggy Piperstone Canyon outside of the Seattle area. The shot was taken by Elias Carlson.