The summer months are over and autumn has now begun. To celebrate one of Japan’s most beautiful seasons (and my personal favorite) we have an exciting announcement! We’ve teamed up with artist Tatsuo Horiuchi to bring one of his beautiful excel artworks to market.
If you’ll recall, the 74-year old artist creates traditional Japanese landscapes entirely in Microsoft Excel. This is the first time any of his prints have been made available outside Japan.
The subject of this print is the Miroku Waterfal, located in Aomori Prefecture, Japan. The mystical waterfall, captured in autumnal colors, is named after a Buddhist priest who fasted while praying to save people from poor crop. “Miroku Waterfall” is available as a limited edition of 50 prints.