I like these little masterpieces by Marco Sodano. Pixel-art using LEGO, if you like 🙂 Self-Portrait, Vincent Van Gogh (1889) Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci (c. 1503–1506) Girl with a Pearl Earring, Johannes Vermeer (c. 1665) More artworks in the links. LEGO – MASTERS (Set 1) →LEGO – MASTERS (Set 2) →
Retro-looking tool by Sara Vieira Pixelr →Pixelr Source (GitHub) → ⚠️ Did notice it to be a bit buggy though: checking and then unchecking greyscale for example rendered the image still in greyscale.
Imgur user JJSmooth44 scraped The Animal Planet endangered animals list and generated photos of several animals where each “pixel” represents one actual animal running around. The more pixelated the image, the closer it is to extinction. There are about 2500 Bengal Tigers, so the picture above consists of 2500 “pixels”: The Amur Leopard is less …
Using box-shadow, it’s possible to create a pixels on screen: See the Pen Pixel Art 3: Side-by-Side Box-Shadow by Jacque (@jschrag) on CodePen. As you can define multiple box-shadow entries – comma-separated – it’s possible to draw multiple pixels on screen … Creating Pixel Art with CSS →