idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs
idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs
feb 26, 2014
idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs


idan noyberg + gal bulka attach the elephant in the room onto wall plugs
all images courtesy of idan noyberg and gal bulka

 

 

 

designers idan noyberg and gal bulka have created the ‘elephant in the room’, a playful accessory to compliment electric plugs. by attaching the piece to a power point outlet, it turns the common household object into the face of an elephant with an extended trunk as the cable. made from plastic, the small animal-shaped unit transforms whatever wall jack it is placed on, with each individual cord creating a unique expression according to its color and shape.

 

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the lamp plug becomes an elephant face

 


the ‘elephant in the room’ with a red plug

 


the accessory with another plug option

 


elephant in the room packaging

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

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