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Arnold Böcklin Arnold Böcklin, probably the most popular and best-known Art Nouveau typeface, was designed by the German type foundry Otto Weisert from Stuttgart in 1904, at the height of the Art Nouveau period. It was named in memory of the Swiss symbolist painter Arnold Böcklin who died in 1901. Art Nouveau means decoratively swinging lines and floral ornaments, and both elements are perfectly incorporated in Arnold Böcklin. Legibility is not of highest priority, decoration is most important. Consequently, Arnold Böcklin should be used for headlines, posters and any other display setting.