Mindhue Studio

Printmaking, conceptual and installation art

Tag: QR

What Happens When A Frozen QR Finally Dries

Here’s a quick cellphone pic of the final monotype that resulted when the melted ice cubes of ink used in the frozen QR project finally dried, after four days: I tacked it up to the pressroom door of the Bow and Arrow Press, so it could relax and flatten a little. I’ll trim the paper

Tenth Round of QRs in the Wild

300… I’ve captured 300 QRs. Here’s the group average, as shot: (the graininess comes from the fact I photographed three or four QRs on computer monitors this time around) Generated average: Average of all 300, as shot– And all 300, freshly generated: Since 300 is a big and round number, I figured I’d do another

Time Lapse Frozen QR

Right now this is a placeholder for a project coming to fruition when the weather gets reliably below freezing. Here’s a hint to the coming content. And here’s a shot of the project in process– And finally, the finished piece: The QR code was constructed out of over 300 black pixels made of a frozen

Ninth Round of QRs in the Wild

The sad thing is, I’d had the eighth round mostly processed for a couple months, and I finally finished it up and posted it because I’d collected enough for the ninth round. So… here’s the ninth round! 270 QRs found in the wild. 9th round as-shot 9th round as clean, regenerated codes Full set of

Oopsie… Mis-mounted QR Code

I’ve been collecting more QR codes in the wild for my ongoing QR code project (alas, the eighth iteration is done but I haven’t had time to process the images), and found this interesting sample in Manchester, NH, last weekend. It’s great that this company is trying to connect with the whole Web 2.0 dynamic,

QR Averages Based on Pixel Dimensions

So the averages I’ve been producing have been normalized to one specific size, in this case, 2400 x 2400 pixels for the generated, clean QRs. However, the actual encoded pixel width of the QR depends on how much data one wishes to encode. If you look at any of the composites I’ve done, you see

Sixth Round of QRs in the Wild

Another set of QR codes discovered lurking in the Real World. Fun fact: one of the codes used I used myself at Somerville Open Studios as a way for people to sign in to my email list. Unfortunately, only three people actually used it: one was an abject failure, one didn’t enter his email address,