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As QR Codes are becoming ubiquitous in ad spaces, from magazines to billboards, we thought its cryptic, techno nature is aesthetically appropriat… Read More
As QR Codes are becoming ubiquitous in ad spaces, from magazines to billboards, we thought its cryptic, techno nature is aesthetically appropriate for MIT Architecture and functionally perfect for a lecture poster of dense numbers and information. We turned each lecture into a QR code and the poster became an intriguing representation of boring lecture information. And people couldn’t get enough of it. Read Less
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MIT Architecture
Lecture Poster, Spring 2011
As QR Codes are becoming ubiquitous in ad spaces, from magazines to billboards, we thought its cryptic, techno nature is aesthetically appropriate for MIT Architecture and functionally perfect for a lecture poster of dense numbers and information. We turned each lecture into a QR code and the poster became an intriguing representation of boring lecture information. And people couldn’t get enough of it.