This green/red bulb depicts the archetypal muse, the youthful woman in the outward appearance of the geisha, who cherishes four different elements. A tulip bulb, a tulip, a butterfly and a fan. All these elements are synonymous with beauty and so is the geisha herself. They represent elegance and seductiveness, but at the same time also vulnerability. The tulip bulb becomes a tulip and eventually decays again, just like the butterfly, some of them only live for 1 day. The impeller is materially very fragile. This makes the beauty even stronger, because it is for the moment. She may be gone tomorrow. Partly for this reason, tulips have such an appeal. They are beautiful in their bloom, but they are known to eventually wither. That knowledge makes the moment special.