WebDevelopersNotes logo

home-icon Home / Jokes / Web browser logos recreated

Web browser logos recreated

Web browser logos recreated

Browser logos as nail art

The artist has also done Google Chrome and Apple Safari in addition to the Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera web browser logos. All the popular web browsers have been created on nails – geeky art!

Browser logos on nails - a geeky art form!

Image Source: http://d.hatena.ne.jp/Mamipeko/20100723/1279861355

Chrome logo made from chocolate

Chrome web browser logo made from chocolate

Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/slipstreamjc/5261523165/

Sponsored Links

Firefox logo recreated with Lego bricks

Firefox logo recreated with Lego bricks

Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dolske/5262017808/

Chrome web browser logo from Lego bricks

A lively stop motion animation of how ‘6 men’ create the Chrome web browser logo with Lego bricks in ‘1 field’.

Chrome logo made out of Lego bricks

Image Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m22f-77nK3c

Pillows of browser logos and other popular icons

Iconpillows at Etsy sells pillows of popular icons and logos in the form of pillows. Though a tad expensive at $20 a pop, I love the iTunes and Power Button pillows.

Browser logos and popular web icons - get geeky pillows

Image Source: http://www.etsy.com/shop/iconpillows

Firefox crop circle

A few young men spent days in planning and creating the Firefox logo in a field. The result – Firefox crop circle which is can be seen in Google maps (link above). And obviously they filmed the entire procedure. You can check how they made the Firefox crop circle on Youtube. Since this is a handy work of humans, I’m sure the stalks were broken and not bent!

Firefox crop circle: snapshot from the Google Maps app.

Image Source: http://maps.google.com/

Cakes and cookies: Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer

Firefox web browser cake

Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rakka/408189016/in/set-389878/

Chrome browser cake from Techcakes.com

Image Source: http://www.techcakes.com/the-display-case-blog/

The Internet Explorer cake sent to Mozilla by the I.E. team congratulating the former for the launch of Firefox version 3.

Internet Explorer cake

Image Source: http://mozillalinks.org/wp/2008/06/sweet-plugin-microsoft-cake-20-for-firefox-3/

Firefox cookies - the ones you can eat

Image Source: Firefox web browser cookies… yes, the ones you can eat!

Opera logo using only CSS

David Desandro created the Opera logo using only CSS3. Highly inspirational. The logo looks great in Firefox, Chrome and Safari. The Opera web browser fails to add the inner gradient (the irony) and Internet Explorer, as usual, mucks it up completely. Please visit the David Desandro’s web site for the CSS and detailed explanation.

Opera web browser logo created using only CSS3 rules

Image Source: http://desandro.com/articles/opera-logo-css/

Firefox logo in space

Johan from Techfresh.net says that finding Firefox in space is actually a sign from Heaven for everyone to stop using Internet Explorer. No my friend; Firefox has died and has now become a star – from a fanatical Chrome user.

Firefox logo in space

Image Source: http://www.techfresh.net/hubble-telescope-captures-firefox-logo-in-deep-space/

Firefox costume and kitteh

Looks like some people just can’t get enough from their favorite web browser.

Firefox costume and kitten with boobs (breasts)

Image Source: Image on the left

Firefox tattoo

Matt Cutts from Google posing with a temporary Firefox tattoo on the nape. This was during the ‘olden times’ when Google was heavily promoting the open source web browser. It was actually Matt’s blog posts that pushed me to try Chrome and I eventually got hooked. Good the tattoo was temporary.

Matt Cutts temporary Firefox tattoo

Image Source: http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/my-tattoo/

Your comments
Star icon IMPORTANT Have a question / problem? Click here to ask an expert.

  • dante on March 20th, 2011 9:50 pm

    Cool pic of nails. Take care, Dante.

Etch-A-Sketch iPad case

Sponsored Links

Tips

How do I view a deleted web page?
Is there a way to view a deleted web page - one that is no longer available? Yes there is and the solution is quite simple. [more...]

Fact

Every third worker in the U.S. is a freelancer. The freelancing workforce is, thus, close to 53 million and earns a total of $715 billion each year. [more...]