Every week, we share our favourite examples of branding, logos and typography as spotted on the streets of our home city of London.
On one of the days this week, our eyes were drawn to some beautiful hand-painted doors near London Bridge. After stepping inside, we found ourselves in the entrance hall to one of London's most unusual museums - the Old Operating Theatre. It turns out that Europe's oldest operating room is housed in top of a church, St. Thomas', which formed part of the old St. Thomas' Hospital.
The operating room has wooden seating so students can observe the gruesome goings-on. Most operations done here were amputations, which before 1846 relied on the surgeon acting quickly as there were no anaesthetics.