Visitors look at items on display at the Museum of Failure exhibition, including a Segway scooter and a plastic bicycle, and a Sinclair C5 electric vehicle, in Helsingborg, Sweden, January 2, 2019.
AFP / Tom Little
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Cased in glass and illuminated by neon lights, the Donald Trump board game, the plastic bicycle, an electric beauty mask, bottles of Green Ketchup and a host of other unlikely innovations have found fame again in Sweden's Museum of Failure. Occupying one floor of a cultural center in the coastal town of Helsingborg, the museum is the work of psychologist Dr. Samuel West, a 44-year-old Californian who used to research how to make big companies more innovative.Having chanced upon the museum after visiting a photography exhibition on another floor, one visitor from France found West's collection of unlikely innovations uplifting.The Museum of Failure is moving to China for a show at Shanghai's No.1 Center from Jan. 18 to March 17 .
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