The 'Coding Cards' Series Extracts the Meaning from HTML and CSS Tags

 - Jun 14, 2013
References: behance.net & lostateminor
Using tags from HTML and CSS, designer Costas Papaconstantinou created a series of clever expressions called 'Coding Cards.' Papaconstantinou used pieces of code in order to play with their inherent meaning or function. The Coding Cards contain HTML or CSS codes in a big bold text with an expression underneath them.

Each illustration in Coding Cards places a different spin on code. The tag that begins a webpage was paired with "Start fresh" while the tag that ends a page was combined with "The end is always near." More subtle cards include the pairing of the < a > tag, which is used to hyperlink objects, with the text "in a relationship." To contrast the relationship theme, the designer also added "We should break up" to the line break tag.