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World’s largest functioning QR code in a cornfield in Canada. Scan the QR code whilst flying over and it’ll direct you to their maize website.
New Modez Hotel in the Dutch town of Arnhem opened its doors this week with 20 rooms with individual designs. Room 6 is entirely decorated in QR codes.
This artwork features on a wall in New York and stretches the width and height of the building. The mural is made up of hundreds of QR codes linking to the art organisation website, Syracuse.
Great QR code design by Tokyo-based creative agency Set Japan for Glico Dororich.
QR codes are burnt onto tortillas at Taranta in Bosto. What a great idea for edible marketing.
The Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale is covered with QR codes, encouraging visitors to uses their smartphones to discover Moscow’s plans for a futuristic science city – Skolkovo.
Harry’s Bar in Singapore is encouraging communication between shy drinkers with no fear of embarrassment or rejection via QR codes on their bottles.