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VagrantRadio
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Obviously CSS has come a long way and after reading this post by Alex Girón, I wanted to see if I could whip up one of these “CSS Posters” while playing with CSS transforms, @font-face and others.

Like Alex’s post says, aside from the horrid IE; It’s a lot easier these days to experiment with different typefaces, layouts and tech­niques previously not available.

So what do you say, anyone want to give it a shot and post your results here? I think it would be interesting to get a thread of these going and to see all the different “posters” that are created from different members.

Here’s mine: http://www.vagrantradio.com/demos/css3-poster/

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Jaybuz
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Very nice! It’s possible to rotate things in IE too.

http://css3please.com/

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luckykind
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That’s pretty sweet VR… I did this style with my about page once, only w/ graphics… I might have to redo with CSS tranforms,etc…

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Bluz
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Nice stuff man :D I think you can make a tutorial for net-tuts for this :P

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VagrantRadio
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Very nice! It’s possible to rotate things in IE too.

http://css3please.com/

huh, maybe I’ll see if I can get it half-a**ed in IE too.

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ThemesDepot
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:O very nice

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KiaJavid
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Good job ;) hope to see full css3 support in all browsers

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