Satoshi Nakamoto Blog
Image default
Art google apps TL Advisor Blog

Make Mondrian Art with Google Sheets

Although you might not recognize the name, you most likely will recognize the look. Mondrian Art is an abstract form of art that uses a creative layout of squares and rectangles, often filled in with primary colors.

This style of painting was popularized by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian during the early 1900’s. In addition to influencing art, the Mondrian look has shown up in fashion, architecture, advertising, design, and more.

Because Mondrian Art is composed of lots of different sized rectangles and squares, it is the perfect style to be created with digital tools… specifically with Google Sheets!

As we have explored in many previous posts, Google Sheets can do much more than just crunch numbers. Sheets is a fantastic tool for writing prompts, online games, interactive learning databases, and more. Mondrian Art is just one more project to add to the list.

In this post we will take a look at how to create Mondrian Art with Google Sheets. While doing so, we will learn several cool Sheets features such as merging cells, fillings cells with color, and more.

About Mondrian Art

Before creating your own art, if you would like to learn more about Mondrian, feel free to check out these two short but informative videos to get an overview:

The Mondrian Art Template

To help save some time, I have put together a Mondrian Art template in Google Sheets. You can get your own copy of the template by clicking the link below:

Source link

Related posts

Safety First – Tech Learning


How to “ClassSource” a Simple, Meaningful, and USEFUL Review Document


3-Bullet Thursday [Templates! Templates! Templates!]


Class Tech Tips: Sparking Student Creativity with Big Ideas from Adobe MAX


EdTech Podcast Spotlight – Edufuturists


Full Color Dot Matrix Is The Art We Need