Food-based QR hackers in NYC + other QR arts projects

http://www.nycresistor.com/2010/11/24/our-demoslam-entry-tasty-qr-codes/

Enjoy the photos and video courtesy of NYC Resistor, a Brooklyn community hacking group. Creating QRs can be tasty, artful and community-building. Maybe Knight Library’s artful cooking contest should incorporate a QR theme this year?

Here’s the Flickr group QR Codes in the Wild: http://www.flickr.com/groups/qrcodes/. Many interesting designs from around the world.

A QR project for soliciting comments on street art: http://www.nerdbanite.com/2010/07/qr-codes-street-art/.

Check out the speedy video documentation of a NYT Magazine cover that = QR made of balloons:  http://2d-code.co.uk/nyt-balloon-qr-code-cover/

Micro-Secrets in Public Space: a Dutch public artworks project that embedded visual art, poems, commentary into 7 large QRs on a building scheduled for demolition: http://popupcity.net/2009/09/the-qr-cloud-project-micro-secrets-in-public-space/

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I publish photography, poetry, prose poetry, and flash fiction as Robert Hill Long. I work at the University of Oregon, and can be contacted here: rohilong [at] uoregon [dot] edu.
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