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Antique olive. - Roger Excoffon. His best known faces are Mistral and Antique Olive - designed in the period 1962–1966. Air France was one of Excoffon's largest and most prestigious clients. The airline continues to use a customized variant of Antique Olive in its wordmark and livery.

Antique Olive – a humanist sans-serif typeface ("antique" being equivalent to sans-serif in French typographic conventions) designed in the early by French typographer Roger Excoffon.

Lithograph of illuminated Letters from a twelfth-century Manuscript at Monte Cassino - Litografia di Montecassino, c. 1878 - colour lithograph on wove paper - see it in the Ashmolean's Western Art Print Room http://ruskin.ashmolean.org/object/WA.RS.UF.39.b © Ashmolean Museum

Welcome to the Ashmolean Museum's Elements of Drawing website, presenting John Ruskin’s teaching collection and his instructions to students at his drawing school in Oxford.

Lithograph of Saint George on horseback, from Dürer's Prayer-Book othe Emperor Maximilian Johann - Nepomuk Strixner, before 1850 - lithograph in purple, red, black and gold ink, on wove paper http://ruskin.ashmolean.org/object/ED.232 © Ashmolean Museum

Saint George Lithograph by Albrecht Dürer. Collection of John Rushkin, & originally from the Emperor Maximilian's Prayer Book

Atmoo writing the name of Ramses on the fruit of the Persea.  From The History of the Art of Writing by Henry Smith Williams, 1901.

Atmoo writing the name of Ramses on the fruit of the Persea. From The History of the Art of Writing by Henry Smith Williams,

Early Writing.  Economic tablet, containing records of groups of animals. First year of Su-Su'en (1980 BCE).

Economic tablet, containing records of groups of animals. First year of Su-Su'en BCE).

Agricultural account tablet in Sumerian referring to flocks and herds, probably the property of one of the great temples of Southern Babylonia. About 2400 BCE.

HRC Clay Tablet Agricultural account tablet in Sumerian referring to flocks and herds, probably the property of one of the great temples of Southern Babylonia. About 2400 BCE.

Helvetica Poster – The world No.1 Corporate Typeface by Darren Scott

Helvetica Poster – The world Corporate Typeface by Darren Scott