With Epcot’s 35th anniversary also coming up on October 1, the merchandise includes lots of nods to Figment, who first appeared in 1983.
The “Chef Figment” art was inspired by the food-themed Kitchen Kabaret attraction, once located in The Land Pavilion.
The Passport collection features apparel, pins, home decor and more. The stamps are inspired by World Showcase marketing artwork from 1982.
The Brews Around the World collection is back with new designs from Susan Foy. The artwork appears on apparel and drinkware, like the new stainless steel growler. You can get a 2-for-1 deal with a baseball cap that also includes a bottle opener.
An “Eat to the Beat” concert t-shirt is available for the first time, with a World Showcase-inspired guitar design.
Stylish Dooney & Bourke handbags featuring Figment and World Showcase designs will be released during the event. Annual Passholders can look forward to a specially designed Dooney & Bourke bag as well as exclusive products, such as pins and accessories.
Finally, Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Seek Scavenger Hunt invites guests to travel around Epcot collecting ingredients for Remy’s signature dish.
All of these new items will be available at the Festival Center adjacent to Mission: SPACE and select merchandise locations throughout Epcot. Some items will also be available online and on the Shop Disney Parks app.