For the upcoming release of dasBlog, Ben Scheirman announced a theme contest. I have an entry. I call it Dandelion.
You can see it active on this site (as of this writing at least, who knows what the future holds).
Download the theme: Dandelion.zip (21.83 KB)
It has been tested on IE 6 & 7, FireFox, and Opera. Loosely based on the Kubrick theme (Michael Heilemann's design ported to dasBlog by John Forsythe), this theme holds an image on the top above two columns and a footer. I enjoy themes with a replaceable main image.
When I return to the world of fast internet (I'm currently connected at 26kbaud at my in-laws) I will upload the PhotoShop file. Here is the Photoshop file:
Photoshop file: Dandelion_PSD.zip (271.44 KB)
The theme and accompanying Photoshop file are licensed under the GPL.
The design is based on a fixed-width of 900 pixels. This allows the main column to provide about 600 pixels of blogging space. I often wish to post pictures 480 pixels wide and previous themes have made that challenging.
The menu area currently holds just the search widget, but would be a fine place to add links to other pages on your site.
Enjoy the theme and let me know what you think!