Here are some more of the drawings I did at the Gordon Museum, in London, SE1. I have a few ideas of how to develop them (coupled with another visit to the museum if I can wangle it). However, that may not happen in the near future, so I thought it was only right to share some more, rather than keep it up my sleeve(s). An interesting array of devices and procedures here, but in case you can't read my writing I've listed their descriptions underneath.
I was very lucky to be allowed to do some sketches in the Gordon Museum at King's College London, recently. I plan to do a series of pieces about the museum in the near future, but thought I'd share a small preview of some of the antique medical instruments I saw there. To the layperson, like myself, the collection is a fascinating array of mysterious implements, diagrams, specimens and language. More to come (when I've been back for more visuals).