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Death To QR Codes

We are not robots.

This unusual square box with black dots started to appear all over the city. It was an advertisers way of saying “We want to tell you more but, you have to scan this code first”. It destroyed a layout graphic designers put their passion into. And it confused the people who didn’t know what it was. It wasn’t sexy nor interesting to look at.

The advertisers are slowly realizing the “Let’s just put a QR code on this” boat is sinking and we no longer see those mysterious cubes anymore. However, despite the dying trend, there are plenty of companies who still use it for their marketing campaigns. We decided to let the public and the companies know that the war is over.

QR Code Hunters.

MadC – The 500 Wall // Leipzig

MadC paints a massive 550 sqm wall in only 7 days in Leipzig, Germany • Music by Symbiz.

Murals by Matt W. Moore

Matt W. Moore works to the credo of ‘range is conducive to growth.’ Like many artists of his generation, Matt’s background was in action board sports and the action art of graffiti, each with their core value of speed, do-it-yourself ethic, enthusiasm for new terrain, and sheer fun of collaboration. Over the past decade, he’s applied those principles to his bold, graphic aesthetic in media both analog and digital, for projects both personal and commercial.”

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“St. Sebastian” Mural In Parchowo, Poland by Jacyndol

Der Künstler Jacyndol stammt aus Gdynia, einer Hafenstadt in Polen an der Danziger Bucht. Unter dem Titel “St. Sebastian” ist diese wunderbare Wandmalerei irgendwo in der kleinen polnischen Stadt Parchowo zu finden. Mehr außergewöhnliche Bilder findest Du auf Jacyndol`s Webseite.

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ARYZ & VICIO // Fraga, Spain 2013

Aryz teamed up with his friend Vicio to paint a wall in Fraga, Spain @ Florida135.

Street Paintings by G. Loois

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1000 Shadows: Murals by Herbert Baglione

Der renommierte brasilianische Straßenkünstler Herbert Baglione hat es geschafft, sich Zugang zu einem verlassenen psychiatrischen Krankenhaus in Parma, Italien zu verschaffen und den Ort mit seinen unheimlichen Wandgemälden von Schatten noch gruseliger zu machen. Die Silhouetten des Künstlers schwimmen auf Böden und Wänden der Klinik und kriechen aus stillgelegten Rollstühlen. Das beeindruckende Werk ist Teil von Herbert Bagliones fortlaufenden “1000 Shadows”-Projekt.

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Low Bros x Curiot

A collaboration between Berlin based artist duo LOW BROS and the Mexican artist CURIOT at “FIT freie internationale tankstelle” Berlin, May 2013.

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Save The Rotten Spots // CEON

Save The Rotten Spots • Video directed by Florian Krause • Artist: CEON.

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Mechanical Revolution by Pixel Pancho

Digital revolution of PixelPanchos work made by Tost Films // Music: Photek “Ren2”.

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