I'm just kidding, the Powerblock is kind of growing on me. As you can see it's a powerstrip that's hidden inside a, um, I'm just going to call it a geometric figure. When implemented, you no longer have to see your damn cords sprawled out all over the place. Lets face it -- nobody likes a bunch of wires everywhere. And nobody likes a bunch of clowns everywhere either, because those guys are freaking scary. Hence Anticlown Media.
UPDATE: Turns out the thing costs 115â‚¬ (~$168!), making it the piece of crap I thought it was from the beginning. I'm holding out for a knock-off.
Say Goodbye To Messy Cables [yankodesign]
Craighton Berman may or may not own stock in an extension cord company (I think he does), but he did design the Coil Lamp, a lamp constructed of an acrylic frame around which you wrap a 100' electric cord.
When fully-assembled, the Coil Lamp is a striking addition to any room... / Continue →
Here at Geekologie we've seen several different products that address wiring, but nothing as wrought iron looking as this thing. The Wirepod is a bendable surge protector that adds a touch of class to an otherwise hideous device. Pretty sexy looking right? It sure is. Well,... / Continue →
Inb4 energy hog.
This is the Svintus powerstrip concept from design studio Art Lebedev. It looks like a mutant pig and features 17 separate outlets. That...sounds like a house fire waiting to happen. Based on interest, they may actually put the powerpig into production. Of... / Continue →