Melbourne Spreadsheet Skyline
The Melbourne Spreadsheet Skyline is a limited edition print developed in Microsoft Excel, and consists of the word “MELBOURNE” repeated in a variety of tones and line-weights across the page to form the buildings in the skyline of Melbourne when seen from a distance.
This piece depicts a common reality today, that the detail of the city (and its buildings) often goes unnoticed until we get close enough to appreciate the detail.
In 2016 this artwork was awarded "People's Choice" at the East Melbourne Art Show, and was acquired by City of Melbourne for their City Art Collection.
in 2018, it was blogged by Microsoft.com across their social channels for its creative origins in an Excel spreadsheet.
The Melbourne Spreadsheet Skyline is available as both framed and un-framed prints.
Limited Edition Giclée Print
940 x 340mm Print
(960 x 360mm with Frame)
300gsm 100% Cotton Archival Paper
Individually hand signed and numbered by EJ Stevens
Professionally printed in Melbourne, on 300 gsm Somerset Museum Rag archival 100% cotton heavyweight paper, using high quality Fine Art Giclée printing with Canon Lucia archival pigment inks.
Framed artwork - Locally framed in Melbourne, with a 20mm wide Gallery Box Frame in either Tasmanian Oak or Charcoal. The frame is 40mm deep, and the print is set back from the glass using a white rebate liner.
The Spreadsheet Skyline print is available in larger custom sizes upon request, including large scale wall plots ideal for offices and commercial displays.