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BARCODE ART Lady Bug Shoots Barcode Leaves Barcode Spilled paint barcode World map barcode Vanity Barcodes This is a full-size barcode building located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Its exterior is covered with barcodes that are both unique and fabulous. The design leads visitors to wonder what information they can extract from the barcodes. The barcodes should contain information on the building or a specific brand. Then, the barcode design both fulfills its functionality and adds to the artistic beauty of the structure. SODO, created by California-based Merge Conceptual Design artists Claudia Reisenberger and Franka Diehnelt, is a visual narrative that catalogues more than 200 years of SoDos history. Created in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation, the artwork consists more than 500 painted columns as part of the Spokane Street Viaduct Widening Project. This oversized bar code chandelier makes the ultimate geek chic statement. It is made of laser cut transparent and black acrylic. This lighting fixture was created by Washington-based company Super Mobilet. This bar code chandelier was so popular that it sold out immediately. This illuminated bar code sofa was created by Demuzz Designs. The sofa is made of plywood that has been upholstered with foam. It is fixed to an acrylic Perspex platform and LED lights are incorporated into the base. This sofa was designed by Jason John Muscat. This bar code-inspired CD holder was created by designer Marian Lassak. BarDeco has a coat hanger inspired by bar codes. The hanger is decorated with black lines of different widths. This was created by Lina Meier.