Flip-Discs are a kinetic medium
created by BREAKFAST used to
produce their unique artworks.

BREAKFAST began experimenting with Flip-Discs in 2012. Today, their Flip-Discs
works can be found around the world in collectors' homes, lobbies, and museums.

Featured Flip-Discs Works

Flip-Discs Installations

Additional Permanant Works

  • Playground Global, 2017 - Palo Alto, CA, USA
  • 715 Peachtree, 2017 — Atlanta, GA
  • Little Caesars Arena, 2017 — Detroit, MI
  • Netapp Lobby, 2017 — Sunnyvale, CA, USA
  • Fidelity Lobby, 2017 — Jacksonville, FL, USA
  • LoanDepot Lobby, 2017 — Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Arborcrest, 2018 — Blue Bell, PA
  • Accenture HQ, 2018 — Atlanta, GA
  • Banc of California Stadium, 2018 — Los Angeles, CA
  • Minigrow, 2018 — New York, NY
  • Linq, 2019 — Las Vegas, NV, USA
  • Madrid, 2019 — Madrid, Spain
  • WeWork Lobby, 2019 — New York, NY, USA
  • Intuit Lobby, 2019 — Tel Aviv, Israel

Highlight Exhibitions

  • VOAH at Art Basel, 2017 — Miami, FL, USA
  • Savannah College of Art and Design, 2019 — Savannah, GA, USA
  • Beverly Hilton at The Grammys, 2017 — Beverly Hills, CA, USA
  • Houston Space Center, 2019 — Houston, TX, USA
  • Villain, 2019 — Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • SXSW, 2019 — Austin, TX, USA
  • CES, 2019 — Las Vegas, NV, USA

The History

In 2012, BREAKFAST began experimenting with Flip-Discs, a mechanical display technology that was originally developed in the 1960s for airport signage. BREAKFAST re-engineered the hardware and software to increase the speed the discs could flip and began creating connected, interactive installations with the medium.

In 2017, BREAKFAST completely redeveloped and modernized the technology from the ground up, turning it into an unparalleled technological medium.