Oh man, not some hippie Burning Man-ish art thing," you whine? Yes, another hippie Burning Man-ish art thing! Why? Because: fire. And lots of it. See, this weekend the annual Fire Arts Festival immolated on Saturday at the Crucible, gloriously. The annual festival "celebrates creativity through fire and light with a spectacular open-air exhibition of interactive fire art, performance and the largest collection of outdoor fire sculpture on the West Coast."

During Saturday night's arson appreciation night, numerous fiery art sculptures were lit ablaze. Be sure to check the gallery of images, which include a green vortex, a fire tornado, and a life-size Mouse Trap game come to life. Even more images can be found here.