In Pieces: A Beautiful Spin On The Horrors Of Extinction

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) started as a way to conveniently manage the appearance of images and type across an entire website. Since 1996, CSS has evolved from a simple set of rules for formatting HTML to a robust framework for crafting rich interactions and complex animations. 

Amsterdam-based Designer Bryan James decided to push the limits of CSS’s animation capabilities while also building a platform for raising awareness of endangered species around the world. The result is “In Pieces”, an interactive catalogue of 30 animals created entirely with CSS.



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