CSS Raindrop Logo using -moz CSS rules

Sean latest magic is in the Raindrop logo ‘Playing around with -moz-radial-gradient this past while, and seeing the amazing CSS Opera logo by David Desandro, I thought I’d have a go at recreating one of the logos I illustrated within the past year using pure CSS. The Raindrop logo I created was the prime candidate, […]

Sean latest magic is in the Raindrop logo ‘Playing around with -moz-radial-gradient this past while, and seeing the amazing CSS Opera logo by David Desandro, I thought I’d have a go at recreating one of the logos I illustrated within the past year using pure CSS. The Raindrop logo I created was the prime candidate, as my first thoughts were “hey, three of the corners are basically -moz-border-radius set to 100%!” Done.”

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