The bronze sculpture Ery-apoB (2014) was specially crafted for this photographic project to illustrate my PhD thesis Interplay between Lipoproteins, the Complement System and Blood Cells in Atherosclerosis. The sculpture resembles an abstracted lipoprotein (human cholesterol particle) adhered to the surface of a red blood cell. Only a part of the red blood cell has been sculpted, which resulted in distinguished borders since research is characterised by a clear description of methodologies, results and context. The ever-changing atmosphere in the photographs was strongly influenced by using different perspectives and changing natural light conditions.