Why See Museum of Failure?
You Can't Win Them All
For every market-conquering innovation, there's another product which didn't quite take off. Founded in Sweden, and now opening a pop-up exhibition in Los Angeles, The Museum of Failure brings together some commercial missteps which perhaps shouldn't have made it past research and development. Among the items on display are Colgate's beef lasagne, a tiny color TV from Casio, Donald Trump's branded boardgame and the infamous New Coke.
This collection stretches from the 17th Century to the present day, and get vistiros of all ages starching their heads in wonder at how huge companies could get it so wrong...
Opening night: 8 March 2018
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