Leonardo Da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" is a masterpiece of efficient sketch work. But it's always lacked labels. We thought we'd correct that for him by adding in London place names that evoke body parts — surely his intention all along.
Incidentally, London contains a sculptural version of Vitruvian Man. Next time you're walking past the south-east corner of Belgrave Square, have a peer through the railings and you might just spy the bronze by Enzo Plazzotta.