Animal Crossing: New Horizons QR codes give you 500 new designs to wear or display

Spice up your Animal Crossing: New Horizons wardrobe and decor with this video that rolls through more than 500 designs and their QR codes in just over four minutes.

The video from Nerd Attack is a compilation of community-created designs, many of which are drawn directly from games or pop culture while others are original creations. They run the gamut from simple shirts to tank tops to dresses to paintings fit for hanging on your wall. You'll need to have the right setup in-game to use them - follow our guide on how to upload any image into Animal Crossing: New Horizons to get you started.

Here's a sampling of some of the designs pulled from 20 seconds of the video:

  • Disney Snowwhite & Tinkerbell 
  • Disney Venelope & Wreck-it-Sweater 
  • Dr Insano | Dragon Ball Bulma 
  • Dragon Ball Z Android 17 & 18 
  • Dragon Ball Z Bulma Namek & Tanktop 
  • Dragon Ball Z Future Trunks & Kid Gohan 
  • Dragon Ball Z Sayan Fight Suit & Son Goku Gi 
  • Dragon Ball Z Vegeta Shirt | Dragon Maid Kanna Kamui 
  • Dragon Quest II Hero & V Hero 
  • Dragon Quest VIII Hero | Dreamy Days 
  • Ducky Raincoat | EarthBound Ness 
  • Fairy Tail Lucy & Natsu 
  • Fallout 101 Vault Suit | Famicon Hoodie 
  • Final Fantasy IX Zidane & VII Aerith 
  • Final Fantasy VII Cloud & Cloud Movie 
  • Final Fantasy VII Cloud & Sephiroth 
  • Final Fantasy VII Zack & X Seymour 
  • Final Fantasy X Tidus & Yuna 
  • Final Fantasy XIII Lightning | Fire Emblem Chrom 
  • Fire Emblem Ike & Marth 

Make sure you check the video's pinned comments for more descriptions, along with automatic time stamps to jump to anything that catches your eye. While all the designs were created using the tools for Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Happy Home Designer and thus don't make use of all the Pro Design options in New Horizons, they'll still fill in gaps in your wardrobe and on your house's wall nicely.

Make the most of your Animal Crossing: New Horizons bunny day while Zipper T.'s in town. 

Connor Sheridan

I got a BA in journalism from Central Michigan University - though the best education I received there was from CM Life, its student-run newspaper. Long before that, I started pursuing my degree in video games by bugging my older brother to let me play Zelda on the Super Nintendo. I've previously been a news intern for GameSpot, a news writer for CVG, and now I'm a staff writer here at GamesRadar.