Tatsuo Horiuchi: The David Byrne of Excel
December 30, 2013 3:02 PM Subscribe
Tatsuo Horiuchi came to art late in his life, and with an unusual tool. At age 60, he was inspired by graphs he saw, and started using Microsoft Excel to make art in the style of traditional Japanese scenes. See more on Spoon & Tamago and Bored Panda.
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