From their secret headquarters (currently located somewhere in Melbourne's south), Twinkle&Jones wander the streets collecting unique artefacts and images for use in their work. Carrying at least 4 cameras, 2 sketchbooks and more pencils than most people could use in a lifetime, the pair leave no hidden gem unturned, usually dragging their findings back to their quaint studio for analysis. The rattlings of Twinkle's sewing machine can often be heard late into the night, whilst Jones is usually found out and about as early as 4am, beating the crowds to the best haunts.

Urban Decay

Urban Decay is an ongoing project about the beautiful city of Sydney. Whilst many people associate Sydney with picture postcard perfectness, we see it rather differently. Hand painted signs are plentiful here in Sydney, though our favourites are the ones that have seen better days. Almost every street has at least one filthy, sad sign, and yet, unlike the nasty shiny plastic signs of the High Streets of England, as these ones get older, their charm shines through. Full album here.

Urban Decay

Count Up

Count Up is an on-going photographic project that we're working on. The concept is very simple; see a nice piece of numeric type, and snap it! We'll keep adding to the Count Up album on Flickr, as and when we see more numbers. Clearly there are many holes in our set currently, and if we find better examples of numbers we already have, we'll snap those too. You'll note that on Flickr, the number allocated to the individual image does not correlate with the number actually in the image!



Meet Corabella. She's looking for a new home, sponsor, or producer to turn her into a franchise. If you're interested, or know anyone who is, let us know! Click the image above to see her in full glorious technicolour...

Corabella Takes A Hit

Timewarp in Hicksville

We took these shots whilst on our roadtrip to Uluru, in various outback Australian towns, quite literally in the middle of nowhere. Most of these places were totally and utterly deserted, probably because we were there during the Christmas period, but given their locality to the rest of Australia, we felt they were likely to be no busier at any other time of the year. They offered a timeless charm we'd not seen  for years, almost like someone really had pressed the pause button on time itself. Full album here.

Timeless shots in old towns