Axel Hollmann – Benzin. Ein Fall für Julia Wagner

Hier habe ich bereits den zweiten Roman von Axel Hollmann, vor fast drei Jahren schrieb ich an dieser Stelle über Rissiges Eis. Mit Benzin hatte ich nun den ersten Band der Reihe um die Journalistin Julia Wagner vor meinen Augen. Auch Rissiges Eis hatte eine weibliche Heldin, eine gewisse Vorliebe des Autors scheint sich abzuzeichnen. […]

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Birth of Coke

Besides new real life scenes, I also followed up on the Zero Art, where I put the bottle, the cow and the glass into art (which needs not to be a painting). I’ll have those in this series as well.

Steph Broadribb – Deep Down Dead

Did you ever get the urge to shake a book’s protagonist for acting stupid? Well, in Deep Down Dead I did. Multiple times. I am quite sure that I do not understand how women think, but for Lori Anderson, a female bounty hunter, I actually wondered how she survived that long. Maybe as a mother […]

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Coke on the Water

End of last year, when I picked up re-posting the Daily Zero series on my blog, I thought about some additional scenes. As we moved offices, the setting has changed a bit, but I tried to recover most of the accessoires including the teapot, the cow on the envelope, and the letter tray. I also bought the beer mats having the same design as the ones I had back then. Well, the plant is a different one, the office looks different, too. But it was fun revisiting these days.

If you have ideas on Coca Cola Zero scenes I could recreate, let me know.

The Davinci Coke

At the end of the Daily Zero series, I thought about taking the art angle under the label “Zero Art”. The one and only image at the time was The Davinci Coke, inspired by Dan Browns novel and the movie. Well, there was a second one as depicted on the first post of the series: Ceci n’est pa une coke, inspired by René Magritte’s famous painting.

Acocalypse

The final photo of my original Daily Zero series. Fittingly named Acocalypse.

Zero Gravity

I always wanted to do some magic. So here comes a hoverying bottle to play. No photo manipulation, just a matter of perspective. Unfortunately, I did not take a photo of the setting to reveal the tricky part.

And I tried different approaches to reach this effect. Here comes the first take on it, where I still thought I would erase the stand later on using a graphics software. Not so cool. But the clamp played an important part in the final version.

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