If you were to visit a place called the Museum of Unnatural History, what do you think would be there? There would be a bunch of fun stuff that was fake but that we all wished was real, right? It would have a koala containment unit, bottles of unicorn burps and unicorn tears, and of course, it would have that missing link we’ve all been looking for.
As it turns out, these things may be more real than you realize. There is a non-profit organization called 826DC which helps young students develop their creativity and writing. The front of their location in Washington, DC is the Museum of Unnatural History. It’s a museum (store) that showcases (sells) fascinating artifacts from a history that never happened.
What a perfect thing to have as the storefront to a place that helps people develop their creativity. I love stuff like this. It will take your imagination on a wild ride if you let it. Everything you see here, and more on the website, was designed by Oliver Munday. As of right now, they don’t sell any of these online. Bummer! That koala containment unit is so cute, but I wouldn’t stuff a koala in there, would you? Did you know that koalas aren’t really bears? Hmm… These remind me of that article I wrote about how to make Unicorn Poop Cookies.
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