New mural, job openings at Electronic Arts downtown Orlando office

A new mural was completed last month on the Electronic Arts building in downtown Orlando.

Entitled Sueños Naranja (Oranger Dreams), the new mural was completed last month by artist Don Rimx and is displayed along one of the façades of the building.

Sueños stands over five stories high, displaying a collection of flora and colored patterns that make up a woman’s hair.

Known for vibrant, colorful murals, Rimx has works displayed across the United States, with murals in Massachusetts, Utah, North Carolina, and the Norman Hall Building at the University of Florida in Gainesville, among other locations.

Rimx documented the painting of Sueños Naranja in a video he posted to his YouTube channel:

Electronic Arts opened its new office at 515 W Amelia Street in downtown Orlando in recent months. Currently, the company has dozens of positions available across multiple well-known game franchises. Those include SKATE, Madden, and FIFA, among others.

For more information on a career with the organization, visit the Electronic Arts Orlando office careers page.

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