Museum of Failure

The Museum of Failure was an exhibit held at the A + D Museum which is located in an industrial area of Los Angeles. The exhibit was a lot of fun and quite amusing.

I’m including the ticket because it has a seating assignment and it says to proceed directly to the entrance. Uh, you buy the tickets online so both elements seem strangely out of place.

The credo of the museum.

The exhibit started with an Edsel and quote from Henry Ford.

This is so cool. I know it’s impractical but I want one.

 

It’s a model of a DeLoren.

I had a Zune. Does that make me a loser?

I had never heard of a Power Glove but there was an episode of The Goldbergs centered around one.

This thing is just creepy but if you just want to sit around wearing a mask that scares people — this is it.

Skipper. My sister never had one of these and neither did I.

Pat Sajak of Wheel of Fortune said he had one.

Men = Creepy

It doesn’t look very appetizing.

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Note: I have a book coming out in the latter half of 2018 from The History Press titled: The Architects Who Built Southern California. It will be 10 chapters with each chapter devoted to a different architect (or architectural firm) including: Harrison Albright, John Austin, Claud Beelman, Elmer Grey, Hudson & Munsell, A. C. Martin, Meyer & Holler, Julia Morgan, Morgan Walls & Clements and Alfred F. Rosenheim.

 

Published in: on January 21, 2018 at 6:32 pm  Leave a Comment