Tatsuo Horiuchi Illustrates Japan's Miroku Waterfall in Microsoft Excel

 - Sep 8, 2014
References: shop.spoon-tamago & spoon-tamago
74 year old artist Tatsuo Horiuchi is known for creating striking art pieces using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets. His illustration of Japan's Miroku Waterfall is no exception and features a vibrant design that is nothing like the typical spreadsheet file.

Located in Aomori Prefecture, Miroku Waterfall is named after a Buddhist priest who protected the poor by fasting during his years of service. This stunning natural landmark is depicted in a sea of Autumn hues that vary from citruses and reds to rich browns and yellows.

Tatsuo Horiuchi's limited edition composition is part of a 50 print set and will be available for sale on Spoon & Tamago's web shop. The blog was so impressed with the artist's work that they have made his art available outside of Japan for the first time.