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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Orlando City Soccer murals are going up fast

Posted By on Tue, May 13, 2014 at 5:06 PM

Orlando City Soccer has revealed a new logo and to celebrate they are putting up seven murals around town. For more information, check out this piece the Bungalower did earlier today. The art will only be up temporarily as they feature a logo which makes them signs according to City of Orlando Code Enforcement. Read last week's Know It All for more information on that hot mess. We have the priviledge of being right next to the Timmy Dub piece on the side of The Jungle on Colonial Drive, so we snapped a couple photos for y'all.
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And check out the Boy Kong piece that went up on the side of Maximum Entertainment Group in Ivanhoe Village.

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Have you seen any of the other five going up today? Post a photo for us!


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