idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs

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

 

idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs
the ‘elephant in the room’ with a red plug

 

idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs
the accessory with another plug option

 

idan noyberg + gal bulka attach elephant in the room onto wall plugs
elephant in the room packaging

 

 

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  • Um , sorry to burst the bubble for a few on here who find fault with this design, but the US may be a large market, but i believe this design would suit any socket in Europe and Asia and that is a much much much larger market to have in mind. This design does not make a power socket fun or a toy, it simply makes it decorative. It may be Kitsch, but is certainly is not dangerous. If you are worried about children playing with the socket they A. They should not be unattended at that age and B. They may play with it regardless as they are curious and C. Switch it off so there is no current. Simple.

    Patrick
    May 16, 2014
  • Couple of thoughts: 1)Kitch comes to mind. 2)Cord plugs should fully seat – the gap that the elephant head creates? 3)Most plugs are square (here in the US) where most of your market might be.

    Nuge
    May 15, 2014
  • Great Idea, nice decoration for a plug which can’t be made unseen- I’will take one 😉

    B.Jones
    Apr 28, 2014
  • You do not have to market this to people with kids. I have no kids and I might buy this (especially as an impulse buy).

    Titus Anderson
    Mar 04, 2014
  • I don’t have kids- I want it for myself !! cool thinking!

    gimm
    Feb 27, 2014
  • As a two year old who put a hair pin in an electric socket, I would suggest you make it look like a Black Spider.. or a really nasty snake. I’m with adz lee.

    Jim

    JimCan
    Feb 26, 2014
  • super cute. having a crush on this little elephant!

    vio mio
    Feb 26, 2014
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