Diana Smith’s Pure CSS Artwork “Lace”

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Diana is at it again with her absolutely unbelievable CSS paintings. This latest one is called Lace. Past paintings are Francine, Vignes, and Zigario.

She wrote for us last year if you’d like a little insight into her thinking.

Andy Baio looked at the painting in a variety of older and incompatible browsers, and the results are hilarious and amazing.

Diana Smith’s Pure CSS Artwork “Lace” 1
IE 8
Diana Smith’s Pure CSS Artwork “Lace” 2
Safari 13

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