If you are 77 years old, Do you think that you are too old for doing new and exciting stuff? Every soul and mind on this planet can be creative either you are 7, 17, 47 or 77 in age for sure and Tatsuo Horiuchi from Japan is exactly that. He is 77 and he did found a way to show his artistic side, by using Microsoft Excel for his art that most of would only think of is for spreadsheet calculations. But, many were so wrong!

Draws and Picture Manipulation in Microsoft Excel

In this video below, you can see that he is drawing and putting images together in the program. He uses the basic drawing functions that the program got and also the basic picture functions that it got and have made it to a living hobby. At a age of 77, this is very impressive and is a show off for many people at the same age. If you keep on doing something, then you will have a great life but if you stop using your mind and creativity. Then your whole aura wont be able to co-operate and it can lead to diseases.

Tatsuo Horiuchi makes Amazing art in a spreadsheet program

Personally, I think that this elderly man in Japan is doing great art. He is for sure the Michelangelo of Microsoft Excel as described in the video. He uses his artistic side, is 77 and lives a healthier life than most. He manages to create amazing art and paintings with just using Microsoft Excel. He is for sure a very good example for everyone at the same age. Be creative, have a healthier life. Its really that simple!

He found out that Excel can be used for more than just spreadsheet, liked it and uses his creativity to impress others. Everything that you and I do when living is to impress and tell what we like. Art is showing what Tatsuo Horiuchi loves doing and thats what art creativity is all about too.

All of his paintings and creations doesn’t need to by loved by anyone. But from my perspective. I think he is doing an amazing job. I really like his paintings and it really shows that anyone at any age can show their creativity side and style.

Be creative – Be healthy … Simple, isn’t it? It is…!

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