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  • Lexi Black

    What happens when a two dimensional QR-code is transformed into a three-dimensional structure? This is the question that German designer Elena Belmann asked herself before she created this wooden QR stool. Then she pondered “Would this change its information content?” only one way to find out! She created a wood sculpture that is part architectural form and part scannable data. This wooden structure is also a lamp. Awesome!

  • Bess Hepworth

    Since the QR codes provide effortless and quick access to a company’s website, it is now an important part of most innovative advertising campaigns. Even though we’re already used to seeing those binary black and white cubes on the corners of magazines or labels, QR codes provide yet more room for creation. Bored Panda

  • Flinoo

    LIGHT UP QR CODE STOOL CREATED FROM WOOD #qrcodes #crossmedia #print

  • Mikhail Gubin

    QR Code Wood Sculpture by German designer Elena Belmann

  • Hamid Reza Ar

    Art Nectar | Elena Belmann’s QR Code Sculpture | http://artnectar.com

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Wooden QR Code Stool What happens when a two dimensional QR-code is transformed into a three-dimensional structure? This is the question that German designer Elena Belmann asked herself before she created this wooden QR stool. Then she pondered “Would this change its information content?” only one way to find out! She created a wood sculpture that is part architectural form and part scannable data. This wooden structure is also a lamp. Awesome!

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