This is a continuing series that I’m working on, making digital art works with Microsoft Excel, looking for ways to take Excel in a creative direction, looking for surprising and novel ways to use Excel for graphic illustration.
I’ve been really surprised by the creative opportunities I’ve found using Excel and I’m exploring several different directions at once. This has been an enjoyable, challenging, and interesting project for me. I’m posting my work on an ongoing basis to this site, as a sort of virtual art school critique session.
Currently, these works exist only in digital form, as Excel worksheets, but I’m planning to explore possibilities to output the work in hard copy. Format is still to-be-determined.
Comments are very welcome.
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