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Stop wine-ing, start scanning

QR codes have literally started appearing everywhere. We found these on the back of the bottles of Jacob’s Creek wine.

 
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Apres Ski

A QR code designed by QR Baa.com to promote Benjamin Thomasen, the Canadian World Cup skier

 
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Under the weather

Our friends at QTAG created this QR code for the Dutch company, Sight on Green.

 
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Hooray for the U.S of A

A sleek USA inspired design by QTAG for BCD Travel.

 
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Making Music

A funky code for MTV taking the user to photos and videos of various artists and shows on this popular music channel.

 
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A picture paints a thousand words

A creative design using words for Rhode Island School of Design.

 
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Jamba Juice

Fruit inspired QR code to promote the delicious Jamba Juice. Sign up for their newsletters and special offers by filling in the form.

 
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Get Buzzed

Funky QR code design which leads to a show reel of work created by Basati. Check it out!

 
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Don’t be a lemon

Taco Bell has just launched a new Cantina Bell menu partnering with chef Lorena Garcia.

 
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High in the sky

Location based services and QR codes leave an impression on the mobile marketing landscape.

 
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