Entries are in for A QR Code for the World-exhibiton to take place on June 24th at the Winston House in London.
The theme of the show is Connecting People.
QR's have been around since the 1970's. They were primarily used to track items during shipping or manufacturing. With the advancement of micro technology and global communication systems as well as mobile handset development, QR Codes are becoming more than a logistic item. The QR Codes are now connecting people to all sorts of digital content that can be shared across borders.
There are many creative ways to use a QR Code and we will see how participants from different countries apply the QR's to a postcard size material.
Partial list of Exhibitors:
Frederic Daubagna-aestetype (France), Philip Warbasse (USA), Jassen Popp (USA), Monkey Design (Taiwan), Twan Verdonck (Netherlands), Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni (Switzerland), Micah Olson-Walt Horton Studios (USA), Laird-QRazy Art (USA), Nothing Like Chocolate (Grenada), Bartek (Poland), Lynnda Pardoe (USA), David Popp (USA)
A selection of postcard size images will be viewable at Popabroad