Are you aware that bull and bear are typical characterization for the stock market? i.e., a bull is an investor profiting from a rising market, while a bear is an investor gaining when stock prices fall. They're like yin e yang: you cannot be a bull while being a bear at the same time.
Almost all investors all bulls. They like bulls. They hate bears, 'cause bear market equals to losing money. A charming bull shows itself near Wall Street, destination for many wannabe successful investors.
On rare occasions, a market may be bullish and bearish at the same time. Like nowadays.
I am looking for an illustrator painting a huge, healthy bear, in its rather dark trading room, showing itself in a wide and large mirror. But this mirror surprisingly doesn't return its image. Instead, an equally large and puffing bull is shown. Looks like the same room - after all, it's a mirror! - while showing quite a different, specular image.
They both looks like they're attacking the other one, while the trading room is set up for business: a ticker tape, a bloomberg terminal, multiscreen monitors, CNBC TV running and charts all over the room.
Our bull and bear should be dressed like humans. Very elegant and cool.
Think about the beast from Beauty and the beast novel.
One should look at the other: they both look proud, but surprised at the same time.
Thinks about how surprising would be to look at the mirror, and find another person...
They're smart, they're strong, they're fierce... but looks like they're not a mirror image!
The viewer is just entered in this room looking at this strange situation.
Almost hidden, I would appreciate a report on a shelf or a coffee table clearly showing my logo.