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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Double Rainbow Barcode

This barcode design features two rainbows made of pairs of colored stripes that correspond to UPC numbers. Getting my geek on, the numbers correspond to the letters in "rainbow" to make a double rainbow. Since barcodes are only 12 numbers long, I let the "r" be represented by the red start and middle stripes. The sequence starts on the left with red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Two stripes of red serve as a divider in the middle and then the colors go from violet back to red for a balanced look.

The digital design Double Rainbow Barcode is now available in my shop on a variety of customizable gift items: prints/posters, cards, postcards, return address labels, stamps, puzzles, plaques, iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad cases, BlackBerry and Android cases, laptop sleeves, mugs, mini speakers, binders, notebooks, t-shirts, tote bags, magnets, flexible magnets, coasters, buttons, stickers, keychains, mouse pads, gel mouse pads, ornaments, necklaces, tiles, gift boxes, and plates:

 
 
 
 
 
 
Check out the complete collection of Double Rainbow Barcode products.

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