‘A small world for grown-ups’ by Jolixor

By on October 11, 2014
Curating by: Justin Sheps

"I first came across Berlewen's images in the 'What's Hot Today' feed on Oggl a few months ago and have been a big fan ever since. What draws me to her work the most I think is the big statement she makes using such small subjects; whether it's a race between 3 snails, or a man running out of time, her use of miniatures to tell human stories is something I don't see a lot of these days (or haven't since Stefan's 2011 Flickr project Stormtrooper 365). Her work is balanced perfectly between surrealism and whimsical still life, which is certainly no easy feat either and for these reasons I will be a fan of her work for a long time to come!"
Justin Sheps


Jolixor-portrait Name: Jolixor
Hometown: Lyon, France
Resides: Saint Genis Laval, France
Profession: Restoration of historical monuments, painter, decorator
Hobbies: Tai chi, sci-fi, biking, photography
Hipstographer since: 2012
Year of Birth: It’s a jubilee this year!

Favorite Combo:  Lowy  +  Blanko 1 
Favorite Lens:  Lowy 
Favorite Film:  Blanko 1 
Favorite Flash: The sun

"I like: making people smiler laugh, paradoxes, my iPhone, detours, the Oggl community, sighing because I’m comfortable, being pleasantly surprised by the results of a combo I didn’t even choose, setting up "my little people”, Hipstamatic, seeing things at a different scale, telling stories with everyday objects, playing with 5 fruit and veg…
I do not like: Blu-tac, losing my glasses…"




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