QR Code From Everyday Objects

It’s not easy but award winning advertising photographer David Sykes has constructed a QR Code from everyday objects including boots, wine bottles, a document case in fact anything suitable he could find in his studio (image below). David used a photograph of the 64 square feet QR Code in a limited edition mailer (with nothing else included) to promote the relaunch of his website. Naturally the QR Code resolves to his new website.

Some of the everyday objects used in the construction of the QR Code
The completed QR Code

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