How to light the world with Firefox

5 Nov

Last week I shared our goal to “Light the World with Firefox” for  the 5th anniversary of Firefox.  By popular demand I’m including some more information and inspiration to help you get started.

Mobile: Get the Firefox logo on your phone by visiting the “Light the world with Firefox” mobile page on your phone and take a picture.  (URL:  http://bit.ly/fx5mobile) Get a shot in front of a local landmark. Or, organize a bunch of friends at a Firefox party for a group picture.

The mobile team having fun!

Mash-Up: We’re looking for the most interesting ways you can combine Firefox and light…without setting anything on fire!  350.org had a recent campaign with a great example of light painting. Check out some other examples here.

Photo Credit: Peter Solness

Shadow & Light Play: We’ve created stencils that will help you project the Firefox logo on a wall. Use the stencils to create a cut out of the Firefox logo on black or very thick paper.  Tape colored film over the cutout for  fun effect.

Large logo & wordmark stencil

Please share any light-related Firefox artwork (posters, wallpapers, stencils and more) you create with the world by submitting them to our latest Mozilla Creative Collective Challenge.  At the same, please upload all videos and pictures of your handy work on Flickr with the tag “Firefox5″.  We’ll feature submissions on a special site launching on November 9th and the most creative actions will be rewarded with some cool Firefox swag.

Have a great idea?  Share below by commenting!

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