New York, New York (PressExposure) November 27, 2009 -- It's not the same old bull anymore. After 200 years, the Wall Street bull is history. The new, modern, 21st century symbol is a rocket. Just in time for the holidays, the âBull Market Rocketâ is now introduced as a 14 inch tall desktop replica sculpture. The perfect gift for all optimistic Wall Street traders and executive desks.
Due to positive worldwide acclaim as the modern icon for a reborn Wall Street, the new âBull Market Rocketâ sculpture is now being offered as a handmade, signed and numbered desktop replica sculpture exclusively through Bullmarketgifts.com The rocket sculpture replaces the old, archaic 18th century bull and is the winning artwork to re-design a modern, 21st century symbol for the up-trending financial market. The original, winning âBull Market Rocketâ is 13 feet tall and made of textured stainless steel with a metallic blue rocket with gold leaf fins and gives the impression of blasting off. The desktop replica is created out of the same materials as the original, but stands 14 inches tall and rests on a natural cherry base. It gives the impression of blasting off of your desk. The desktop âBull Market Rocketsâ are handmade by artist Mark Weisbeck, The cost for each signed sculpture is $495.00.
Newly introduced to the luxury gift market, this sculpture symbolizes a contemporary approach to the term âBull Market.â âIt is an icon for one's positive belief in Wall Street and the hopeful up-trending financial markets,â exclaims artist Diane Weisbeck. âThe international interest and acceptance of this new image proves that people worldwide are ready for a new Wall Street and a new symbol for the new Wall Street.â
âUniversally, people get it. It's immediately understood as the positive, 21st century image for the Bull Market. And what's more up-trending than a rocket blasting off?â states artist Mark Weisbeck.
The Weisbecks have won many international art awards. They were the only artists to represent New York in the Beijing Olympics. In 2008 the Weisbecks completed a 32 foot tall waterfront sculpture for the city of Rochester, New York. Their public art stands around the world. Visit Weisbeck Design for additional information.
Curated through KiptonArt, New York for a Wall Street Credit Suisse art collector, the Wall Street competition was titled: âThe Collision of Art and Finance.â It was the first competition of its kind to combine art and finance. Featured in the premier issue of the new German publication, âBusiness Punkâ magazine, the âBull Market Rocketâ is fast becoming the accepted, modern, symbol for Wall Street, worldwide.