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Berlin-based artist Sweza has managed to make QR codes interesting in his "Graffyard" project. He photographs graffiti before it is removed by local authorities. Once removed, he places a QR code where the graffiti was, which links to an image...
I am slightly late in the game on this one, but this ad for Google Chrome is absolutely brilliant. A series of elaborate experiments filmed in slow-motion aim to show how quickly the browser runs. Chroms is pitted against an...
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