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Fashion Code

Oxfam added QR codes to show videos of celebrities telling the stories behind their former pieces that were on sale.

 
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Give you wings

Red Bull is trying out QR codes in a number of international markets to promote the first National Red Bull Flugtag competition.

 
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Fishing for QR Codes

Aiming to raise awareness about its sustainable fishing practices, the Harney Sushi restaurant includes edible QR codes on its meals.

 
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Purple Rain

Pretty butterflies and purple hues show that just about any QR code can be made into a work of art.

 
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QRazy about sparkles

Linking the print world to the digital world via a QR code to increase sales.

 
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Finding Nemo

Toys R Us use codes to display multimedia content showing the toys in action.

 
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Feeling flush?

Scan the QR code to find out what the playing card is.

 
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Do something small to save something big

Tarmac magazine is the first Australian print publication to utilise QR codes.

 
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A night at the movies

Movie poster with the QR code as the main focus of the advert.

 
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Smart QR?

Moscow wanted to show that the Smart car by Mercedes is a perfect car for a big city with huge parking problems.

 
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