Barcode Art

Japanese firm D-Barcode have redesigned hundreds of barcodes for use on products in their native country. Through their creative approach to design, they have come up with barcodes resembling everything, from aprons to skyscrapers and castles. The best thing about these barcodes is that they actually work! They can be seen in groceries all over Japan.

For More Information on Barcode Art Check Out these Links:

Barcode Revolution - http://www.barcoderevolution.com/

D-Barcode Official Site – http://www.d-barcode.com/

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2 thoughts on “Barcode Art

  1. kseverny says:

    wow, this is an excellent idea

  2. Scott Blake says:

    I’ve been distorting barcodes for fun since 2001. Check out my series of barcode shapes that are compatible with scanning technology.
    http://www.barcodeart.com/distorted_barcodes.html

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