Felipe Pantone recently touched down in Hasselt, Belgium to create what may be the largest QR code in the world. The Spanish conceptual artist’s latest endeavor features his signature bursts of color with the mysterious code slapped right in the middle. Pantone used a total of 403 Montana spray cans to produce the striking piece, which is approximately 30 meters long and 25 meters high. Conclusively, it was made in collaboration with Belgium-based organization Street Art Festival alongside Motif Hasselt in an attempt to break a Guinness World Record.
Take a look at the mural above and stay tuned for more details — especially what the QR code will link to.
(Possibly) the #LargestQR code on Earth ? was painted in Hasselt, Belgium ??. It was painted by myself with the help of my brother David O. during the course of 3 days. It’s 30m long by 25m high and 403 #MontanaCans were spent. The project was produced by @streetartfestival in collaboration with @motifhasselt. More after the SCAN! #qrcode #mural #guinnessworldrecord #belgium #offlineonline @fermax_global #buildingcommunications
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- Felipe Pantone