Barcodes are on everything…barcodes can get boring. D-Barcodes in Japan has given barcodes a flair of fun and creativity. Awesome. I want a barcode quilted sweater now.
via darkroastedblend (lots more pics)
@Abigail, Yes these work as actual barcodes… if you can run that red laser line through the barcode at any point of the image it works; graphics on top or bottom wont matter…
The barcode reader knows it is reading a bar code, based on the 3 double-lines in the beginning, center and end of the barcode.
*The numbers at the bottom are a copy of the barcode for human reading (in case the barcode cannot be scanned or some other error)
p.s. the one before last could give you an error if scanned on the top, as there are lines that interfere after the 3 lines indicating he existence of the barcode were given, (however it would probably just not read it, and would work on the lower part.)