It’s the Final Weekend of #DisruptSTORY!
For the past seven weeks, we’ve been sticking it to the status quo. Teaming up with USA’s Mr. Robot, one of the most game-changing dramas on television, we created an experience that was hackable, informative, playable, and challenging to every expectation.
From arcade games both retro and state-of-the-art, to innovative merchandise that disrupted industry standards everywhere, to exclusive collaborations and interactions that made the world of Mr. Robot come alive – #DisruptSTORY has been as rebellious and productive as the disruptors that inspired it.
Here are three reasons for you to get the #DisruptSTORY download before we go dark:
You’re a life-hacker on the cutting edge of fashion, fun, and tech.
- The gadget gurus at Circuit Breaker made some savvy selections for the discerning disruptor looking to get decked out in tech.
- The Arrivals bring a minimalist, architecturally-inspired vision to statement pieces styled with an eye for beautiful quality.
- Experimental artist Shantell Martin collaborated on bombers, scarves, and hats that blur the line between accessory and art.
You’ve got some serious (video) game.
- Urania Gazelli made high-scoring clutches that re-contextualize the digital as undeniable.
- The store is stacked with classic arcade games for no-quarters-required playtime.
- The Polycade lets you press continue on Atari staples and new developments alike.
You can’t get enough Mr. Robot!
- JackThreads collaborated on an exclusive replica of Mr. Robot’s immediately recognizable jacket.
- Carly Chaikin (who plays Darlene) is not just an actress, she’s and artist, and she lent her original watercolor of the fsociety mask to backpacks, tees, and pouches.
- Pins, patches, hats, Tattly tatts, and so much more empower you to wear your vigilante hacker fandom.
- The Perch Interactive desk, Social Vending Machine, and E Corp ATM put the hacking in your hands.
Did you enjoy plugging in to #DisruptSTORY? Stay up-to-date on our feeds to find out what comes next!