QR Code Island Concept

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QR Code Island Concept

QR Code Island is a delightfully hare-brained concept design from Mat Barnes and Eddie Blake, which will continue to delight me until news appears that someone is actually trying to build such a thing. [Thanks, Rachel!]

38 thoughts on “QR Code Island Concept

  1. Sam Moss says:

    Sort of looks like a real-life minecraft world.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I tried to scan the ‘island’ but no luck.

    1. Marc Witteveen says:

      Same here :)

      1. Henri Vilminko says:

        Need to mirror the image horizontally as noted by Andrew Layton above: http://i.imgur.com/06Qsw.jpg

    2. Mat Barnes says:

      here’s it as viewed through the mirror: http://www.criticalarchitecturenetwork.com/qrisland.jpg

  3. kalleguld says:

    What should the code say? I propose the map coordinates to itself.

  4. Joseph Nelson says:

    The modern Campbells Soup Can art, Andy Warhol LIVES!

  5. Doug Pichler says:

    cool, but it won’t scan.

  6. Andrew Clayton says:

    It’s in mirror image. It scans as their url: http://www.criticalarchitecturenetwork.com.

  7. Andrew Clayton says:

    It’s in mirror image. It scans as their url: http://www.criticalarchitecturenetwork.com.

  8. Andrew Clayton says:

    It’s in mirror image. It scans as their url: http://www.criticalarchitecturenetwork.com.

  9. Daniel Kim says:

    Kudos for writing “hare brained”.  I so often read about “hair brained” ideas, and it makes me cringe.

  10. Daniel Kim says:

    Kudos for writing “hare brained”.  I so often read about “hair brained” ideas, and it makes me cringe.

  11. Daniel Kim says:

    Kudos for writing “hare brained”.  I so often read about “hair brained” ideas, and it makes me cringe.

  12. Henri Vilminko says:

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  13. Sam Stephenson says:

    minecraft….

  14. Sam Stephenson says:

    minecraft….

  15. Sam Stephenson says:

    minecraft….

  16. Sam Stephenson says:

    minecraft….

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