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This piece of artwork, named 'Bottom Up' is an oil painting created by Fabrice de Nola, an Italian-Belgian artist.
It is one of the first oil paintings in the world that contains readable content via QR code.
Take out your phone and scan the code to read one line of content: "An internet of things" -- apparently in reference to the blurred lines between online information and physical objects.
Covering the faces of Disney icons Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Stitch, the QR codes used by Disney incorporate the eyes and noses of each character surrounded by the usual monochrome coding.
Large posters showing the codes were placed near Ikebukuro station, Japan.
The QR codes redirect scanners to the mobile version of the Disney Channel website.
(Source: Local SEO Solutions)