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Handmade QR Codes: Yep, They Still Scan!

by Range

QR codes are meant to be created digitally, but that didn’t stop Lauren Manning and Camile Wei-Hsin Lin from creating their own handmade versions, which surprisingly still scan just fine. Most of these were created using found objects, which makes them even more interesting.

curiosity project qr code handmade digital media

It’s part of The Curiosity Project, and it’s supposed to bridge the gap between digital media and print. The QR codes were crafted and then printed on posters, which were hung around New York City. Each QR code linked to a blog post on the Curiosity Project site.

curiosity project qr code handmade digital media

curiosity project qr code handmade digital media

They used Hershey’s Kisses, magnets, Post-It notes, and other stuff to make these QR codes. There’s nothing quite like QR codes you can eat after you’re done with them.


[via designboom]

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