In the Scarborough library there is an exhibition from a local resident Eric Russell.
The exhibition features every letter in the alphabet written in a calligraphy style and each is based on a specific person in history.
The former journalist keeps developing ideas and as well as doing calligraphy-themed art, he is also repairing old farm tools which are being sold all over the world.
His wife, Dorothy Russell, said: “Each letter has been designed in the way that they were written in old documents.
“It is a mixture of calligraphy and art and that is what he has done.”
Calligraphy is a visual art related to writing.
It is the design and execution of lettering with a broad tip instrument or brush (as opposed to built up lettering, in which the letters are drawn).
The exhibition is on until the book reading so there is still a few weeks left to go and see his work.