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With more museums than any other US city and following the opening of the Happy Place, a massive pop-up experience in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles last week, the Museum of Failure is not meant to solely chuckle at colossal flops, but to learn how to make success out of failure, whilst adding to L.A's list of quirky museum openings.
Los Angeles thou bids farewell to the mega popular ‘The Museum of Ice Cream’ as they make their debut during Miami Art Basel from Friday 8th December.
Space - Promises - People - Art - Design
The new space promises to bring people together through art, design, and innovation as the Miami edition promises to provoke curiosity and imagination in both the physical and digital worlds. The show will run through January 2018.
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.
Transport - Innovation - Segway - Better - Artifacts
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 few unsuccessful devices, the Newton, and even President Donald Trump’s version of Monopoly from...
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