We have a logo, of course. Here it is as inline SVG:
See the Pen CodePen Logo as Inline SVG by Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier) on CodePen.
I tried to make the cube kinda sketch itself one time, only partially successfully:
See the Pen Sketchy CodePen Logo by Chris Coyier (@chriscoyier) on CodePen.
David DeSandro plays with “Round 3D”, and applied that concept to a three-dimensional interactive cube.
See the Pen 3D CodePen logo by Dave DeSandro (@desandro) on CodePen.
Tamino Martinius busted it into particles one time:
See the Pen Interactive Particle Logo by Tamino Martinius (@Zaku) on CodePen.
Caroline Artz used particles magnetically drawn to the logo:
See the Pen p5js magnetic codepen logo by Caroline Artz (@carolineartz) on CodePen.
Luciano Felix is transforming the logo into the Four Elements for this month’s #CodePenChallenge. Here’s “Water”:
See the Pen Water – The element of change by Luciano Felix (@FelixLuciano) on CodePen.
Nate Wiley makes it look almost furry with more particles:
Image =&rt; Particles by Nate Wiley (@natewiley) on CodePen.
Johan Karlson made it into a flow field:
See the Pen CodePen Logo Flow Field by Johan Karlsson (@DonKarlssonSan) on CodePen.
George W. Park broke the cube apart:
See the Pen Responsive Animated CodePen Logo (Pure CSS) by George W. Park (@GeorgePark) on CodePen.
Bennett Feely made it 3D in CSS alone:
See the Pen CSS3 CodePen logo by Bennett Feely (@bennettfeely) on CodePen.
Sohaib Mohammed drew it with a lowercase pen 😉
See the Pen CodePen Logo Drawing Animation by Sohaib Mohammed (@smalinux) on CodePen.
Mauricio Allende made it exist in 3D space:
See the Pen CodePen 3D Logo Animation by Mauricio Allende (@mallendeo) on CodePen.
Mikael Ainalem made it gooey:
See the Pen Gooey logo by Mikael Ainalem (@ainalem) on CodePen.