I also made it so you can type with pure CSS letters . It's nothing great like what you've done, but I'd thought I would share anyways.
1. Write unprefixed CSS
2. Tell autoprefixer what browser versions to support
3. It adds the correctly prefixed properties for you
 More info and link to interactive demo at: https://github.com/postcss/autoprefixer
The alternative way to beat all email obfuscation techniques is of course taking a snapshot and running OCR on it, but certainly not worth the effort/CPU time.
I see how its a fun exercise in CSS and everything, but actually providing it as a download as if people will use this productively is stupid.
Lol obligatory XKCD!
No wonder Knuth dedicated a whole chapter to this one letter in "Digital Typography".
Couldn't the size be defined proportionally to the expected size ?
Also, can anyone think of any practical uses for this?
Great work, Found the characters really consistent in style, and obviously functional.
And that's just off the top of my head!
I've actually found its much nicer using this in my projects than using a font cdn or self hosting woff files.
I do like the minimalism of css rules to creating this font as opposed to having a giant data section. It's pretty neat
The link itself is actually drawing/creating the font itself in CSS. Different method entirely.
It's a simple regex substitution or map().