Traffic Light Box Artworks website

Update 22/12/14:

Slight update to the site can be seen here.

Original 15/12/14:

A few members of Code for Ireland offered recently to look at creating an initial prototype of a Traffic Light Box Artworks website.

You can see their very first version here

Website screenshot

Please note that Peter (who created the website) notes…

The current layout is very rough, and the texts are just placeholders. The images themselves are screen grabs from the Tumblr page, as this was a fast way to get them; they pixellate when zoomed, which you can do by clicking on the images. I didn’t dig out the details on the different boxes, as it’s just a proof of concept and functionality. Bear with the server, which can be pretty slow and sometimes goofs up.

We’ll update this page as it progresses, and – as always! – please chip in at any stage with suggestions or comments.

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2 Responses to Traffic Light Box Artworks website

  1. John Fitzsimon says:

    Hi John from Fitzer’s Art I love this idea is Amazing I love to paint a box in dublin with luke kelly or the Dubilns I have subrible

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