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Carving a campaign

Source: Pinterest Tweet

 
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Optical Illusion

  Source: Flickr Tweet

 
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Cold as ice

Source: Custom QR Codes Tweet

 
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A-maiz-ing

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.

 
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Duvet Day

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.

 
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Art Attack

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.

 
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Thirsty Work

Great QR code design by Tokyo-based creative agency Set Japan for Glico Dororich.

 
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Tortilla Madness

QR codes are burnt onto tortillas at Taranta in Bosto. What a great idea for edible marketing.

 
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Russian Architecture

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.

 
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Have you got the bottle?

Harry’s Bar in Singapore is encouraging communication between shy drinkers with no fear of embarrassment or rejection via QR codes on their bottles.

 
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