Friday, May 2nd, 2008

Homer in CSS

Category: CSS, Fun

<>p>There is the David. There is the Mona Lisa. And then, the artist has to create the Homer.

Román Cortés did just that with his Homer in CSS and Ned Batchelder shows it via animation.

Homer in CSS

Thank god for fun fridays.

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“No TV and no beer make Homer something something…” ;)

Comment by Schill — May 2, 2008

Try this bookmarklet on http://nedbatchelder.com/blog/200805/css_homer_animated.html :
javascript:void (document.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0].appendChild(document.createElement(‘style’)).textContent=’script+div * { opacity: 0.8}’)

Comment by dbloom — May 2, 2008

That must have taken a good day or so to make … great work!

Comment by Marat Denenberg — May 2, 2008

The guy has a windows EXE that will convert a black and white bitmap image to text + CSS…
I wonder if someone could make a vector graphic version, to translate SVG tags or canvas calls to the same. It could probably work better than VML.

Comment by JonathanLeech — May 5, 2008

OMG, homer CSS is the new Acid Test for browser ;)

Comment by wendyslash — May 6, 2008

Great work !

Comment by ghazii — June 8, 2008

Homer – is my fav. simpson

Comment by Aphrodisiac — August 11, 2008

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