The Adventures Of Mr. Fly by Nicholas Hendrickx

By Village Mayor • Mar 27th, 2009 • Category: Art, Funny, Latest Post, Photography, The Best of Village of Joy

A boy from the chocolate and waffle country – Belgium – made Mr. Fly into a celebrity.

As written in JPG magazine Nicholas met Mr.  Gerald Fly in his garden while shooting some cliché flowers. As always, there was a sob story to follow: Over the years Mr. Fly degraded from a successful cab driver to a poor lonely insect as he had 173 wives who cost him a fortune on make-up and clothing. Not to mention his 2184 kids, who all needed money for education and iPods. So Nicholas offered him a job as his new photography model.

And I have to admit that both Nicholas and Mr. Fly are very talented in what they do. If you’d like to see more photos by Nicholas, his Flickr gallery can be found here.

Enjoy the gallery!

Minor Paddle

Wings On The Swings

Merry Christmas Flickr!

Changing Roles

Midnight Cruzer

The Buzzes

Rock Your Socks Off!

Minor Air

Nocturnal Raindance

Mr. Fly, A Portrait

Mr. Fly Caught Some Wind

Tour De Mouches

A Break From It All

Minor Keys


Take Your Parachute And Jump…

Please Help A Brother Out

Minor Chords

Wheeeeeee Bring On The Booze!!

Someone Help This Poor Fella Out!

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