The Mozilla Firefox web browser logo has become one of the most recognizable logos on the internet. Artists around the world have drawn inspiration from this logo, incorporating it into a variety of art forms.
Mozilla Firefox Logo
The Firefox logo that we know today was based on a sketch by Stephen Desroches. Using Desroches’ sketch, Jon Hicks created a full-color digital design – the logo that is now very familiar to internet users.
Firefox Logo on Google Earth
A Firefox logo crop circle was spotted on Google Earth. The Firefox crop circle is in Portland, Oregon, USA. It would appear that even alien artists appreciate the Firefox logo. The photo below shows the enormous size of the crop circle.
Firefox Logo Cartoon
The Firefox logo has inspired many artists to create their own renditions of the Firefox. These sketches and drawings of the firefox appear in many different artistic styles, such as comic, graphic novel, manga and cartoon styles. There are hundreds of these floating around online. Below are just a few to give you an idea of what’s out there.
Firefox Digital Art
There are hundreds of Photoshop artworks that have been inspired by the firefox logo. Many of these make beautiful wallpapers for desktops. The circular nature of the logo, and the colors that it incorporates makes it attractive to the eye.
This photograph shows a kitten nestled in a woman’s top, in a similar pose to that of the Firefox hugging the earth.
The logo translates well into a tattoo design, with its vivid color and elegant lines.
Firefox Necklace Pendant
This jeweler has chosen to make a pendant out of the firefox design. The smooth curves of the Firefox create an organic, attractive piece of jewelry. Even as a silhouette, the firefox is recognizable.
The colorful firefox logo has been used to decorate cakes, cookies and cupcakes, a task made easier by the fact that both the logo and most cakes are round.
Firefox Pumpkin Carving
Firefox made an appearance on Halloween, in the form of a pumpkin carving.
Firefox Body Art
The Firefox logo was chosen as the subject for this piece of nail art. The artist has used nail enamel and tiny brushes to create a tiny replica of the Firefox on a fingernail.
Firefox inspires Fine Art
Matt Brown, and artist from the UK, used the Firefox logo in his fine art piece, Start at the Beginning. The painting is in a pointillist style, following a grid, so that the evenly-spaced spots of color resemble the pixels on a computer screen.
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