Win a Paint-Your-Own Figurine from Figment’s Brush with the Masters Scavenger Hunt at 2024 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Toni Ferrigno

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Win a Paint-Your-Own Figurine from Figment’s Brush with the Masters Scavenger Hunt at 2024 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts

Guests at the 2024 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts can once again challenge themselves to find everyone’s favorite purple dragon with Figment’s Brush with the Masters Scavenger Hunt.

Figment’s Brush with the Masters Map – $9.99

To start their scavenger hunt, guests can purchase a map and stickers for $9.99 at Creations Shop, Port of Entry, or World Traveler.

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The front of the map gives guests the locations of each of the Figments they’ll be looking for — one for each of the World Showcase pavilions.

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On the back of the map are 11 stickers. Each one is of a famous work of art that Figment is hiding inside, found within the World Showcase pavilions.

As you find the art, you’ll remove the matching sticker, and then add it to the front of the map inside of its correct frame. As noted on the back of the map, whether you search for the art, or not, you can return it to Disney Traders or World Traveler at International Gateway for a small keepsake.

Figment’s Brush with the Masters scavenger hunt is redeemable through February 19, 2024, the final day of the Festival. One map grants you one keepsake, while supplies last.

Prizes for 2024 Figment’s Brush with the Masters

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There are three available prize options, one less than we saw last year. Guests can choose from Mickey Mouse, Figment, or Minnie Mouse, all holding picture frames around their faces, similar to the step-in frames guests can pose inside of at the festival.

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Mickey Mouse holds an oval frame and comes with gold, tan, red, and black paint.

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Figment holds a rectangular frame and comes with gold, purple, pink, and red paint.

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Minnie Mouse holds a rectangular frame with hearts in the corners and comes with gold, tan, red, and black paint.

2024 Figment’s Brush with the Masters Locations

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Here’s what the completed map will look like once all of the stickers are in place. Keep reading for a look at each of the locations. Spoiler warning if you’d prefer to find them all on your own!

Mexico

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First up is the “Landscape Near the Volcano Figment,” inspired by Johann Moritz Rugenas’ “Landscape Near the Volcano Colima at Tolina, Mexico.” Figment appears in the sky above the central volcano.

You can find this art inside the Mexico Pavilion near La Cava del Tequila.

Norway

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The next Figment artwork is titled “Over the Falls” and sees Figment floating down a waterfall. The piece draws inspiration from Maelstrom, the former attraction that was in the Norway Pavilion until 2014 and was replaced by Frozen Ever After in 2016.

This piece can be found inside the Fijording Shop at the Norway Pavilion.

China

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Inspired by “Picture of Spring Ox” from the Qing Dynasty, “The Ox and the Dragon” sees Figment joining a group as they stop for a snack.

Look out for this one in the China Pavilion across from the House of Good Fortune.

Germany

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“Cupid (Amor)” by Johann Liss is the work this painting, titled, “At the Heart of All Creation,” draws influence from. The title comes from “One Little Spark,” the Sherman Brothers’ song found inside the attraction, Journey Into Imagination with Figment. Read more about the history of Journey Into Imagination.

Keep your eyes peeled in Stein Haus to hunt down this one.

Italy

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 Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” becomes the “Mona Figment” for this scavenger hunt.

Find it behind the registers inside of the La Bottega Italiana shop.

American Adventure

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In the American Adventure Pavilion is “Dragon Crossing the Delaware,” where Figment hitches a ride on a boat just like the one in Emanuel Leutze’s “Washington Crossing the Delaware.”

Find it hidden in the Art of Disney.

Japan

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Figment couldn’t be happier riding “The Wave of Inspiration” in the Japan Pavilion’s piece, mimicking “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai.

You can find it hanging on a wall outside of Mitsukoshi Department Store.

Morocco

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Influenced by Moroccan zellij, or mosaic tilework, “Pigments of Figment” is in the Morocco Pavilion.

Keep your eyes high up in Morocco to locate this piece.

France

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In the France Pavilion, Figment pauses to take in the scene in “Reflections of Imagination,” an interpretation of Claude Monet’s “Bridge Over a Pond of Water Lillies.”

Discover this one behind the register at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie.

United Kingdom

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Has Figment ever looked more noble? “Dragon in Blue” is the Figment version of “The Blue Boy” by Thomas Gainsborough.

Figment takes his place in the window of The Toy Solider in the United Kingdom Pavilion.

Canada

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Finally, rounding out the list is “Dreamers’ Woods,” a painting inspired by Emily Carr’s “Deep Woods.” A Cast Member kindly held up a flashlight so that we could get a better look at Figment wandering through the woods.

This one is pretty high, look for it at the backside of the bar in Trading Post Refreshments.

Will you be trying out the 2024 Figment’s Brush with the Masters? Which of the prizes will you be picking up if you do? Let us know in the comments.

The 2024 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts is being held from January 12 to February 19.

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