Zodiac signs have been used by Chinese for centuries to catagorize and label an individual's personality and traits. Astrology and its 12 astrological signs continues its popularity in an age of computers.Modern technology has recently developed QR codes in response for the need to increase the speed of identifying people and things. These little square boxes filled with a checker board of little square boxes can be seen everywhere from magazines to billboards, toothpaste tubes to cereal boxes. QR codes can even be viewed and scanned on smartphones for instant information on the internet.
Artist Richard Neuman has combined both ancient and modern styles of labeling creating cute and unique Chinese zodiac QR codes designs. Each of the 12 sign of the 12 zodiac is available black and white or in color. The black and white Quick Response code closely resembles actual codes with the zodiac sign partly hidden. However the colored zodiac animals hightlight the the astrological sign. Both styles are unreadable to scanners but unforgettable to your eyes.
The Sheep: (Birthdays in 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015)
The sheep reflect creative and artistic tendencies, paired with sincerity, sympathy and determination. However, worry, pessimism and indecisiveness can also be a part of a Sheep's personality.
"QR Code The Sheep" is one of the whimsical images selected from The Richard Neuman Print Collection and released for the public to enjoy on a large number of items
produced and sold by Zazzle.com.
The original artwork was digitally created.
Each image is produced in the artist’s studio in extremely limited additions
of only seven 8x10 inch prints on watercolor paper.
One artist print and one complementary print complete each exclusive edition.
All artwork in this store are © Richard Neuman. All rights reserved and may not be used without permission.
Click the "Contact" link in the menu above to message the artist for information about and availability of the very limited number of QR code Chinese Zodiac prints.