10 Incredibly Striking QR Codes

QR codes are remarkable in normal use. This is so much more.

10 Incredibly Striking QR Codes

Over the past year I’ve seen more and more businesses and organizations make use of QR bar codes for marketing and disseminating information through the mobile platform. And they’ve become increasingly creative with their designs. Here are ten in particular which are striking either in their appearance or innovative uses of these 2-D bar codes.

  1. Artist Yiying Lu has reworked the QR code into artwork, presenting a series of works called “Beautiful Traps,” each involving women wearing hats with carnivorous plants. Read more here.

The same artist, Australian-based Yiying Lu has created a series of illustrations of fashion personalities each sporting QR codes that lead to the name of the fashion icon and background information on them. Read more at Lu’s website here.

Lane Joplin and Stephanie Klaiber at Neustar have created this delicious-looking QR code made entirely out of chocolate bars, just in time for Halloween! Read more here.

Similarly, the folks at RedPepper created a giant QR code made out of 441 OREOs – and more than 35 were rumored to have disappeared during the process!