A few months ago, I was in a community call when I noticed that another Mozilla contributor on the call had the same three Mozilla posters that I had…and he had them proudly on display behind him on the call. Despite the thousands of miles that separated us, there was something that brought us together.
Whenever I see a piece of Mozilla artwork, I think about how that same image inspires people, makes them smile, reminds them of an event or a project. In some cases, an image is part of our shared history, in others it makes us look to the horizon.
Over the past few months, I have been working with Mozilla staff to bring together a collection of art works from Mozilla to share with the community. It was not easy, but I think what I have is representative of Mozilla over the years. Some of the images you will recognise and there will be some that you do not, but I think you will appreciate all of them.
The images are still under the works are still Mozilla-created content subject to the Mozilla copyright policy and the Mozilla trademark policy. Those policies are here:
Note that the Mozilla trademark policy prohibits selling items with Mozilla logos but Mozilla generally allows personal use (like putting up a poster or making a t-shirt).
Some of the images are .ai format (but can be opened in GIMP) and I make no apology for the size of some of the files - the images are very high quality.
You can access the files here.
I hope that you are as inspired by these images as much as I have enjoyed pulling them all together.