Los Angeles, CA November 16, 2017 — This December 1st, 2017 corporate flops are showcased when the Museum of Failure comes to Los Angeles. Don’t let the name fool you. The Museum of Failure is a celebration of history’s failed products & services and the lessons learned from them. Exhibited at the A+ D Architecture and Design Museum in the Los Angeles Arts District, the Museum of Failure welcomes visitors to enjoy an experiential journey of failures-past beginning December 1 through February 04, 2018.
Tickets on Sale at the A+ D Architecture and Design Museum box office, and on-line soon (check back often) In the meantime, enjoy a sneak peak inside the museum’s crazy curations by Dr. Samuel West below.
The Museum of Failure will treat its visitors to a shrine of history’s epic fails by some of the world’s best known companies. Marketing catastrophe that was Bic for Her? Yup. The two-wheeled, self-balancing transport innovation, Segway? Better believe it. These, along with artifacts spanning from the 17th century right up to the present day, including the frozen beef lasagna by Colgate, demonstrate the types of failures the museum will showcase. Other highlights include the hula chair (just envision it), one of Apple’s rare unsuccessful devices, the Newton, and even President Donald Trump’s version of Monopoly from 1989 made the cut. With surprise Instagram moments all around, the museum is a family affair with failures for everyone from nine to 90.