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07.12.12 David Lumb

What’s wrong with sitting on a train while a conductor walks by and punches your ticket? It’s the past…in the present! Sure, it would be nice to have a safety net if you pat your vest pocket and find a pocketwatch but no ticket, but MTA’s plan to let you use a scannable QR code […]

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07.21.11 Marina Galperina

Now modern folk can take advantage of the handy sign system of the storied hobo code. Use this handy guide to generate, cut and stencil QR codes and inform fellow “digital nomads” about the dangers and benefits of the local establishments if there’s “bike thieves” or “assholes” about.  […]

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08.31.09 Will Sherman

In promotion of their next toy release, Kid Robot launched a weeklong scavenger hunt today. As an alternative to waiting hours in line so they can get turned away, Kid Robot fans can follow clues to publicly pasted QR codes, which translate into virtual Dunny dolls and possibly toy prizes. |Kid Robot| […]

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04.21.09 Will Sherman

Tokyo-based design firm SET spruced up a QR Code in support of the ongoing fashion collaborations between artist Takashi Murakami and fashion giant Louis Vuitton. Although the code is certainly more colorful, ornate, and branded than the typical black and white block versions, it does have one major flaw: none of the phones we tested […]

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