40 Creative QR Codes (Part 3)
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!
Qubism. Looks like a labyrinth, but no worries, your QR code reader could decode it. (Image Source: QR Arts)
Chinese Seal. I must say that I love this one, not because it’s red, but because it’s great. (Image Source: Ocean Cohen)
Hand-drawn. I bet that it would fail, but heck, it works! Man, this is simply unbelievable. (Image Source: Bnpositive)
Floral. Considering the technical difficulty, this could only be done by a professional, and it’s artistic to say the least. (Image Source: Matt McDonnell)
Warner Brothers Japan. Warner Brothers in a new art form. Simplicity is everything. (Image Source: SET)
Louis Vuitton. Strategically targeted to female customers. You’re smart, SET. (Image Source: SET)
Moet & Chandon. How about the drink splashes on the code? Talk about creativity! (Image Source: SET)
The Curiosity Project. This piece is really interesting. It’s actually an ambitious project in which you can scan the code daily to get a dose of inspiration. Like the idea! (Image Source: Lauren Manning Design)
Magic Hat. Never thought that the old school bottle cap could be revived in this way. Sleek. (Image Source: QR Arts)
Treasure Map. Still not sure about the destination? Scan it! (Image Source: @jreyesgs)
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.