Pixels of Fury

Pixels of Fury is a travelling graphic design competition that is performed in front of a live audience. Pixels of Fury competitors furiously face off against one another by creating time limited HTML5 videos and web design content displayed on jumbotrons. The graphic artist that creates and displays the most alluring media content wins.

Pixels of Fury New York City, 2016 – from Shutterstock


Video illuminates the great enthusiasm and turn out of 2016 P.O.F. competition! Pixels of Fury ended it’s 2016 campaign in New York City, where six designers went head-to-head in a live design competition.


NYC – 2015 Pixels of Fury – Shutterstock Highlights


Shutterstock.com hosts the 2013 Pixels of Fury New York contest with amazing digital style! Another great competition event with an ever growing website and graphic designer following.


2013 Pixels of Fury – Local Heroes Face Off


Shutterstock’s Pixels of Fury went global in 2013. The Pixels of Fury live design competition took the world by storm in 2013… and could be coming to a town near you. Who will take home the Furious Pixel?


Shutterstock’s Original Pixels of Fury – Circa, 2013


The original Pixel of Fury gangster by Shutterstock! Watch video, digital, and graphic designers compete for the Furious Pixel during Shutterstock’s original 2013 POF debut.


A Heroes Search, Wix Releases $50,000 SEO Hero Challenge

Over 9,000 domains are battling tenaciously in the SEO Hero Challenge released by Wix.com—November, 2016. Challengers have to rank their domain for the keyword “SEO Hero” higher than any other seo heroes website. Red Hot has noticed some inspiring HTML5 raw coding and fierce graphic website designing coming out of the Wix contest.

The purpose of the contest is to have the top ranking position utilizing ninja style search engine optimization techniques, not for amazing and truly spectacular digital-visual presentations. Superhero abilities to deliver both a stunning digital graphic designed website and incorporate SEO like a Hero is truly one in a billion!