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The CodePen community did amazing work this week, go figure! 😉
Here are just a few of the fantastic Pens from this week’s blogging challenge prompt, figure and figcaption.
Clara Beyer rocks the gradients in “Pokemon Figures”
See the Pen #codepenchallenge: Pokemon Figures by Clara Beyer (@csb324) on CodePen.
Take a trip though the magic of mix-blend-mode in “Figure & Figcaption” by parph
See the Pen Figure & Figcaption CodePenChallenge by parph (@parph) on CodePen.
Thomas Wang takes a neon approach in “CodePen Neon Sign”
See the Pen CodePen Neon Sign by Thomas Wang (@thomaspwang) on CodePen.
Ryan Mulligan designs a travelogue with captions on hover in “Figure + Figcaption”
See the Pen Figure + Figcaption by Ryan Mulligan (@hexagoncircle) on CodePen.
We gathered all of these and more from this week’s challenge in our Figure and Figcaption Collection.
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