Text reads: The Glore Museum's identity captures and communicates the essence of the history of Psychiatric museums as perceived from both inside and outside of their walls. The tool pictured in the logo is basically an ice pick—once used, in addition to a carpenter's hammer, in administering frontal lobotomies to psychiatric patients. Identification of the particular tool is not as key for the interpretation of this identity as is the gut reaction to the silhouette of an ambiguous sharp object. The Glore Museum's purpose is to educate visitors on the history of psychiatric practices—many quite gruesome in nature—so as to provide a basis of awareness and a desire for further exploration into possible advancements in treatment. This identity combines elements from psychiatry's past with a contemporary approach in order to convey progress, and, after an initially uncomfortable impression, an unexpectedly optimistic outlook.