Working on a few use-cases for adding hints of texture to text via CSS. Properties like -background-clip: text; and -mask-image aren't doing so hot in the browser support department.
This makes me sad.
about 2 years ago
Oh, and almost all the texture you see is the result of me scanning my smudgy iPad screen and my mouse pad— pretty cool and pretty disgusting :)
The text is lovely...
digging the text :)
@Trent I could probably do the same. So gross! This is fantastic though. How are you adding it via CSS? Multiple backgrounds?
Nice scans! Haha, never though about scanning objects for the dirt that collects on them.
Nice. Also, filthy.
@elyse holladay: The dark bg will just be a good ol jpg, but the text will be selectable #fff with some webkit-mask-image knocking bits out. Posting on this next week.
See, this is the type of pushing the boundaries of cutting edge stuff I'm talking about. Awesome.
Looks very awesome. You scanned your smudgey iPad screen and your mouse pad for this? Wow, that's definitely an interesting design method. LOL! You're going to start a revolution!
Hah! This is incredibly timely; today my friend and I were looking for a taqueria and he saw a place that said “dinero” on it and thought we could eat there.
what a shame, would be fun to be able to use stuff like this, looks smashing
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