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February 5, 2023

Excel Art is a Thing, Apparently

I'm sure many of you consider yourselves more than mere spreadsheet jockeys, rather true spreadsheet artistes, manipulating one of Microsoft's finest products to satisfy your need for domination over data. And that's OK. But unless you have way too much time on your hands, you're never going to get to this level of Excel artistry.

Credit: this dude on Reddit via Buzzfeed.

If you think that's awesome, check this out:

The above is by 73-year-old Tatsuo Horiuchi, who never used Excel at work and decided just before he retired about 13 years ago that he wanted to try his hand at digital art.

Or how about this Nyan Cat made in Excel? Yes, that happened.

And if that isn't enough for you, here are plenty more examples.

See what I mean? No matter how bad ass of an Excel master you think you are, your little formulas have nothing on this. Again, you're probably waaaaay too busy to bother.

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