Museum of Failures

Numerous museums have dedicated exhibits and books to presenting scale models and measured drawings of spectacular architectural plans that were never built (for example, Google "Never Built: Los Angeles or Never Built: New York"). Others have presented exhibitions on spectacular buildings that were unfortunately destroyed in the name of development (for example, Penn Station in New York). This entrepreneur in Sweden takes a look at commercial products—not the ones that are no longer manufactured but instead those that failed and never made much of an impact on the consumer market.

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Harley Davidson perfume? Trump board game? ‘Museum of Failure’ celebrates legendary product flops

By Derek Hawkins

The Washington Post

April 21, 2017

The Washington Post

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