'Pop Jungle' from graffiti artist Yong is a highlight of this month's Third Thursday

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This Third Thursday gallery hop brings a special highlight: Redefine Gallery's exhibition by Brazilian street artist Yong. His colorful creations draw on everything from graffiti to cartoons to 8-bit video games, resulting in work that's both immediate and, well, fun. For this exhibit, Pop Jungle, Yong draws inspiration from his homeland in a show full of Brazilian native animals and endangered species that's downright Amazonian. Plus, Redefine promises an interactive mural that we can't wait to check out. This is one of your only local chances to pick up limited edition prints from the internationally exhibited artist, or you can go the cheap route and pick up a pack of super cute stickers for only $8.

opening 6-10 p.m. Thursday, May 19, exhibition through June 10 | Redefine Gallery, 29 S. Orange Ave. | 407-648-7060 | redefinegallery.com | free


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