They say no one uses QR codes because it is too hard to push a button twice.
I wonder how many non-artists (without photoshop) took the time to see where this leads.
Istanbul’s Berrge Studio tested the dexterity of potential hires by requiring that tattoo artists fill in a QR code to access a job application.
On the hunt for new tattoo artists, the folks at Berrge Tattoo ran an advertisement in a local newspaper, featuring what is best described as the ghost of a QR code in the center of the page.
Created by Istanbul agency Büro, the ad featured copy notifying readers that Berrge Tattoo was hiring. Tattoo artists interested in applying for jobs were asked to demonstrate their skills through an unconventional method: filling in the QR code. Carefully.
I wonder how many immature people did this:
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Collections of ticket stubs & various other memorable pieces I picked up during my travels through Europe
The Funny Baby, an ad by L’Univers de Chocolat
Designing an advertisement for their new whisky-infused chocolate, L’Univers de Chocolat decided to go for an approach in which kids have accidentally had a few too many to eat.
Judging from my many trips there, & surprising recollections, it’s Leidseplein Sq. in Amsterdam.
I can tell you first hand that it is both…
…but the fun far outweighs the stupidity.
Mike Corak @ HSMAI Digital Marketing Strategy Conference in NYC
Bob Hodges: You wanna look at infographics or learn about this job?
Danny McGavin: Not yet.
Bob Hodges: Not yet.