80-Year-Old Man Uses Microsoft Excel To Create Majestic Paintings (18 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       6 Jul 2020       2668       6

Tatsuo Horiuchi has been making paintings using Microsoft Excel for around 20 years

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He draws landscapes of Japan on his computer

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Here’s what his work process looks like

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Horiuchi started learning how to draw after he retired in 2000

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He didn’t want to buy any art supplies or digital software. So he settled for Excel

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Here are some more of his paintings

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Rose 8 month s ago
Impressive!
       
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Fredericka 8 month s ago
He really excels in computer art
       
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Kingsley 8 month s ago
I appreciate the effort that goes into this kind of art, but I don't really see it as real and genuine. I feel like without the process of paint it doesn't feel like I'm looking at real art.
       
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Winfield 8 month s ago
Kingsley,
So, movies, poems, games, archetecture, gourmet cooking, fashion, and all the other hundreds of artistic forms don't exist? You are niave to think paint=art. Take a good look around your house and appreciate the art in even everyday objects then come back and look at his stuff.
       
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Tony 8 month s ago
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Winfield 8 month s ago
Ive been following him for years. His first works were more like pixel art but he has found new depths in the programming and made spectacular pieces. Anyone who thinks he needs to upgrade or views these as inferior art in any way doesn't know art ar artists at all. True passion to make something from a thought in your head, despite limitations (supplies, skill, physical limits, time or money, or anything else) is ART. What he makes is ALL passion and it shows.
       
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