The 'Silicon Valley' store is so subtle, you'll look like you work at a real startup

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The only thing that would make this store better is if it sold driverless cars.

By now, HBO subscribers and borrowers of their parents’ passwords, are more than aware that winter is coming. This Sunday, in fact. But that’s not the only series that comes back into our weekly routines.

Silicon Valley returns Sunday night following Game of Thrones. While it wasn’t as fatal as a stabbing from his own brethren, Richard’s fate as CEO was left up in the air as well.

To show your support for Pied Piper, you can join its team. Or pretend to, at least, through official Silicon Valley merchandise from the HBO store. No one will notice the difference, because the products look exactly like the kind of swag you’d find at any real startup: office supplies, T-shirts, coffee mugs and especially corny motivational posters.

Everything is branded to look like it came from Pied Piper’s or Hooli’s office, rather than the HBO store. There are even a few of the one-off startups mentioned throughout the show. No word on when driverless cars will be available, though.

Check out some of our favorites below.

1) Pied Piper T-shirt

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $24.99

Buy it here


2) Hooli mug

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $14.99

Buy it here


3) Inspirational poster

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $12.99

Buy it here


4) Aviato T-shirt

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $24.99

Buy it here


5) Foam finger

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $8.99

Buy it here


6) Hooli poster

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $9.99

Buy it here


7) Bro 2 Bro mug

HBO store

Price on HBO store: $14.99

Buy it here

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