The pair, George Passmore and Gilbert Proesch
, spent years collecting them in and around east London before making them into 292 pictures.
IN PRINT Artists Gilbert Proesch
(right) and George Passmore (left) with artworks from their 'London Pictures' series, at White Cube gallery, in Bermondsey, London
But the artists - Gilbert Proesch
and George Passmore - are the first to defend the tabloids from calls for greater regulation in light of the hacking scandal that has gripped the News of the World and the Sun, despite saying they were bugged themselves.
George Passmore and Gilbert Proesch
, to give them their full names, have worked together since meeting at art school in 1967.
(born 1943 in northern Italy) and George Passmore (born 1942 in Devon, England) met while sculpture students at St.