40 Creative QR Codes (Part 2)
June 7, 2012 3 Comments
The QR Code (Quick Response Code) is as new kind of the barcode that carries information that can be scanned by a QR code reader. It also comes with a deadly boring design. But thanks to reader integration designers are now able to transform its meaningless look into visually appealing designs like the one you see here!
Allied Pickfords. But the truck is blocking the code! No worries, still functioning at its best. (Image Source: SET)
Invaders. Space Invaders have never failed to invade any art form that has the potential to be geeky, and this invasion is helped by QRious déco. (Image Source: QRious déco)
Auto Chrome. With this gorgeous design, it’s proven that overlapping dots work fine with the code. (Image Source: QRious déco)
Elie Vazar. A truly unique one that attracted me to pick up the scanner, curious to try it out. (Image Source: QRious déco)
IPA. Besides the cool visual, the designer must have put in so much extra effort and planning to carve out this fabulous piece. (Image Source: QR Arts)
Corkbin. Quite standard but twisted some shapes and colors. It actually looks delicious! (Image Source: Paperlinks)
P.Diddy. At first glance,I thought “Wow, this could make a really good business card!” Qrezy is truly professional at QR code design. (Image Source: Qrezy)
Ginuwine. Looking at all these portraits, I think it’s time to order a QR code for myself too. (Image Source: Qrezy)
Andrea Hamilton. Using your portrait is actually a good idea, as the human’s face, especially the eye, could attract a great deal of attention. (Image Source: Qrezy)
The Fillmore. Fun, fun, fun, that’s what this design is about! (Image Source: Paperlinks)
Read Part 1 of 40 Creative QR Codes on Fettes Management here.
Read Part 2 of 40 Creative QR Codes on Fettes Management here.
Read Part 3 of 40 Creative QR Codes on Fettes Management here.
Read Part 4 of 40 Creative QR Codes on Fettes Management here.