Queen Mary's Hospital in Roehampton is world famous for its pioneering work with prosthetics. Douglas Bader, Thalidomiders and soldiers returning from the ravages of world wars have all been treated by expert teams at Queen Mary's.
We're working with the lovely people at the hospital Archive Group to digitally interpret a unique collection of antique slides that document some of this remarkable work.
The Kingsley Robinson Archive will be a valuable reference resource for clinical staff, helpng them understand the evolution of prostheses design and fitting and associated surgical techniques.
The project follows on from two exhibitions we've designed for Queen Mary's.