swissmiss | A Microsoft Excel Artist


26 bookmarks. First posted by rufous december 2017.


For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool:…
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january 2018 by dannystewart
tina roth eisenberg | swiss designer gone NYC
excel  art  painting 
december 2017 by javierruiz
This is...insane - A Microsoft Excel Artist
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december 2017 by ampressman
For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool:…
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december 2017 by leftyotter
For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool: Microsoft Excel. Mind blown! via Pocket
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december 2017 by domingogallardo
YOU CAN MAKE ANYTHING WITH ANYTHING

(This is why I am reluctant to give advice about writing tools.)
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december 2017 by doingitwrong
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december 2017 by joewiz
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Great find from Tina Roth Eisenberg:

For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool: Microsoft Excel.

 ★ 
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december 2017 by chrisperfer
Painting With Microsoft Excel
december 2017 by nimprojects
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december 2017 by stinkingpig
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Great find from Tina Roth Eisenberg:

For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool: Microsoft Excel.

 ★ 
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december 2017 by josephschmitt
Great find from Tina Roth Eisenberg:

For over 15 years, Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool: Microsoft Excel.

 ★ 
via:daringfireball 
december 2017 by rufous