How interesting it is when a product becomes iconic. The way an object can take on a life of it’s own and become something so much greater than itself. Chanel no.5 is one of those products. For decades, this one little bottle of perfume has become synonymous with glamour, wealth, and beauty. Marilyn Monroe made it popular when she revealed she only wore the signature perfume to bed and nothing else. It does not even matter if it even smells good because now it is an icon, a legend, an entity in itself. I felt inspired by its power that the mere name can convey that I had to paint its essence. In pop art form, the bottle in a se y red heart, diamond blue butterflies emerging around the heart, the bottle of course the central focus.