Art and design love a duo – think of Charles and Ray Eames, Gilbert & George or Preen’s Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi. Or, indeed, Walter & Zoniel. Together they use early forms of photography for portraits and paint guns to light shows as part of installations. Their latest project comes to Phillips auction house in London this month, as part of its Photographs auction. Called Iconostatus, the work takes an 8m x 8m camera into the gallery space, with visitors encouraged to watch while the duo take a series of portraits. It’s this kind of interactive, inclusive idea that is becoming the London-based duo’s trademark. Well, that and a penchant for dressing in similar clothes – matching Paul Smith prints, Adidas sliders and vintage socks on the day The Style Report meets them. Here’s a sample of their world.