Last year, North Yorkshire-based photographer Tim Morris was commissioned to immortalise famous Georges in various domestic settings to adorn the walls of a restaurant called the George. In the end, the eatery never opened but, intrigued, Morris continued the project. I was enjoying doing it so I just carried on, he says. Scouring eBay and car boot sales for George-related memorabilia, he became more and more inventive, immortalising Georges as disparate as George Formby, George Foreman and Guyanese capital Georgetown. I never throw props away: I have boxes of this stuff. My cellar would probably take a month to clear out.