Ben Evans is a tinkerer who has already created works of art such as a style life, a child portrait and a sunset scene from pure CSS. In order to present his CSS art appropriately, he has now built an art gallery around it.
Art gallery like from the 3D game
In a three-dimensional space, the viewer rotates around his own axis with the mouse or fingertip and sees the individual exhibits. A click on the corresponding exhibit leads to the codepen of the respective exhibit. While building the 3D gallery, Evans looked over his shoulder and documented the process in a short video on YouTube.
The pictures in the gallery were all created from pure CSS. For the spatial representation in the virtual gallery, however, Evans used images of the exhibits in order – as he says – to avoid the viewer’s computers “melting”.
Evans shows these CSS artworks in his gallery.
Still Life – Water and Lemons
Ben Evans is one of the most active CSS artists on the net, along with frontend developer Diana Adrianne Smith, whose work we have presented to you in this post.
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