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jQuery Masonry has become quite popular in the last 12 months because of the possibility it offers for creating more interesting web layouts and in particluar portfolio style sites

Masonry is a dynamic grid layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip-side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically, positioning each element in the next open spot in the grid. The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.

As with any popular web design trend, the WordPress theming community have taken it on board and produced a whole load of themes which use it. So in today’s post I will be taking a look at a whole range of themes which use Masonry to display content.


Simple, responsive, pin-style theme for your personal blog.


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Pronto is a very clean and minimal jQuery Masonry WordPress theme that’s perfect for showcasing your posts in a grid like fashion, that will re-adjust depending on your visitors browser size.


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Photum is a theme to use with WordPress that will turn your site into a clean portfolio that you can use to show off your photos. We have designed it to be neutral and clean so your work can stand out


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A free minimal & responsive portfolio theme ideal for graphic designers or photographers.


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Shaken Grid (Lite)

This was our first theme which we released to the WordPress community and one of our favorites. Shaken Grid uses jQuery Masonry which “arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid.” The result is a gap-less layout even if you have varying post heights.


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Vasiliki is our new fab series wordpress theme. This is a minimalistic theme with jQuery masonry – A dynamic grid layout plugin. It re arranges the content grids in a brick fashion with smooth animation according the browser window size.


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Photogram is very fluid and responsive, thanks to its slick and nifty jQuery effects. The Masonry and Infinite Loading scripts make page scrolling more convenient than ever. Released as a feature-packed WordPress theme, Photogram comes with a massive slider on the home page for you to showcase your favorite photos and 3 gallery templates.


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Tetris is a responsive Tumblog style WordPress theme created by AJ Clarke from WPExplorer.com. The theme features a masonry style homepage and archive pages to showcase your posts in a modern fashion and makes use of WordPress post formats so sharing different media types is extremely easy.


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Imbalance 2

Imbalance 2 turns you WordPress-based website to an attractive blog, portfolio or even online magazine. This free template designed in strict modern style with a minimalistic touch. Imbalance 2 can easily fresh up your web-magazine or blog. Due to modern flexible features and layout Imbalance 2 fits to almost any project and your visitors won’t remain indifferent.


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Free premium wordpress theme, Paragams was made by special techniques and correspond a grid-based lightweight design with almost no images. Paragams, thanks to a number of custom advanced features is really easy-to-use, either for you or for your visitors. This theme is really fits any journalistic-type website whether it is a news-blog or some kind of online-mag.


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I’m releas­ing a pre­lim­i­nary ver­sion of the ThemeMeme Aperio Prototype, the theme I orig­nally pre­viewed under First Look: ThemeMeme Aperio WordPress Theme.


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Oliver Dale is the founder of Kooc Media, a small internet company based in the UK. Kooc Media runs several high-profile websites including WPLift, ThemeFurnace and DesignersTalk.

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  1. great design, thanks for sharing;)

  2. This is great collection, I’ve tried Masonry and make my own theme with this

  3. +1 for Tetris. I’m using it on a site for my daughter and I love it!

  4. Nice theme collection. Now most of the website are changing to masonry style, even google+ use this. I like gridly theme…

  5. You forgot shprinkone: http://julienrenaux.fr/shprinkone/
    A responsive theme using masonry and infinite scroll.

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