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Written by Aaron Charlie – Mon 20 May 2013
When people think of Microsoft Excel, they often picture dull figures and charts and just generally lots and lots of data. All very useful stuff but not the most enthralling outside of a work environment.
Some people however, take a different approach. To them Excel can be anything and everything. It's not just for business and numbers. It can be used to create innovative and original concepts, in all sorts of different ways.
Whatever you want to use Excel for, our Excel Training will give you all the knowledge you need to make the most of this powerful tool and it's also worth reading this blog post on some hidden Excel tips and tricks.
So let's take a look at some of the less traditional uses of Excel to give you an idea of what this software can really do.
Excel can and has been used by artists as a platform to express their ideas and creativity. It may sound like an odd choice of medium but the flexibility and functionality Excel provides is surprisingly suited to artistic endeavour.
Take a look at these magnificent pieces by Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi:
And these Star Wars-themed works by Shukei are out of this world (excuse the pun):
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