farenheit 451

Light your creative flame with fire. As William Shakespeare once said,

“O! For a muse of fire,
that would ascend the brightest heaven
of invention”

Fire can ignite your web design inspiration.

Fire plays a prominent role in Ray Bradbury’s, “Farenheit 451.” Originally written on a pay typewriter in the UCLA Powell Library, Farenheit 451 is now available as an ebook.

Ironically, as reported by Yahoo,

Bradbury himself has been an emphatic defender of traditional paper texts, saying that e-books “smell like burned fuel” and calling the Internet nothing but “a big distraction.”

Does Bradbury have a point? Should a balance between print and digital media exist? How about his writing? Is Farenheit 451 prophetic in anyway?


photoshop fire text

Despite Bradbury’s view, ebooks and the Internet have become part of modern society. So, to further spark your web design inspiration with fire, check out these Photoshop Fire Effects Tutorials


voodoo donuts

A co-worker introduced me to Voodoo Donuts, a nice example of fire used on a website.

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