This UK Graffiti Project Challenges Geeks to Crack a Secret Code

 - Aug 14, 2013
Street art can sometimes be difficult to read and this UK graffiti project is no exception—unless you consider yourself a geek. To celebrate famous code-crackers like Samuel Morse and the team that broke the Enigma code 75 years ago, ‘Coded Graffiti’ aims to reward modern hackers, developers, gamers and geeks.

In addition to featuring images of iconic coders, ‘Glastonbury for Geeks’ will be spread across the UK, featuring graffiti in Binary code, Morse and JavaScript. Any geeks that can crack the coded messages have the chance to win tickets to the Campus Party at the O2 in London. In anticipation of this technology festival, this graffiti will challenge the cleverest minds to crack the secret code to win exclusive access to this event.