The mural of undersea aquatic life on the old Ace Rubber Stamp Company is gone.

It’s been replaced with a Red Bull mural by local artist Andrew Spear.

Mills 50 received funding from Red Bull to do a series of murals to promote local art.

Originally they were going to be temporary, but Mills 50 has been working to keep the first one up and now a second one is going in at the building at 1106 E Colonial Drive [GMap].

The building is no longer Ace Rubber Stamp Company and is now Little Saigon.

The Central Florida Aquarium Society has a great post up on the original mural and local artist Jeanette Scheurr who painted the undersea mural.

Here’s a look at the new Red Bull mural:


Photos courtesy Central Florida Aquarium Society

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  1. Awesome! It’s about time Red Bull got some recognition for all the great things they have done for Orlando.

  2. So many haters on this post the old one was up for so long just because it doesn’t fit with your mold of what art is you hate it and by the sound of it the culture… You people are sad….

  3. We have enjoyed Andrew Spear’s artwork around the Mills 50 area, but why the choice to paint over a beautiful mural that was already there AND unlike anything else in the area??

  4. It’s too bad the new Andrew Spear mural couldn’t have been placed on another blank wall in Mills 50 District, and kept the Jeanette Scheurr mural in tact.