PHOTOS: Classic EPCOT Center Logos and Figment Adorn 2016 Food & Wine Festival Merchandise

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Artwork for this year’s event merchandise was created by Disney Design Group. Drawing on the success of previous festivals, the team created new designs for popular merchandise programs such as “Brews Around the World,” and a character program featuring Figment.


Guests will also find new art for the “Taste Your Way Around the World” program that incorporates nods to the early days of Epcot. Disney Design Group artist Richard Terpstra incorporated vintage iconography and symbols from Epcot into several of his designs.


In addition to items shown in the video, there will have apparel, hats, drinkware, accessories, dinnerware, magnets and much more. Remy’s Ratatouille Hide & Squeak will also return for another year.


Pandora is releasing a special Chef Mickey charm during the event this year.


More of the now-infamous ceramic trash can salt and pepper shakers will be available.

Figment pot holder
Figment pot holder


A collection of Dooney & Bourke bags made especially for the event will be released as well.


And of course, limited edition pins!


The 2016 International Food & Wine Festival returns to Epcot from September 14 through November 14, 2016.

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There is no video (which you refer to)! Not to seem nasty, but you ought to be more careful before cutting and pasting from the Disney Parks Blog, and perhaps crediting the photos might be wise.

Ryan B
Ryan B

Why are the salt and pepper shakers “now-infamous”?

The 3 Amigos
The 3 Amigos

Because they’re so famous, they’re infamous of course!