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Making Unused Outlets Functional (I Guess?)
- By: Trend HuntressAug 3, 2007
Honestly, it took me a while to figure out what the purpose of these things was. Engineer artist Scott Amron has designed his Die Electrics as tools and as decoration. By using a non-conductive material, Amron attached electrical plugs to every day objects. You just plug the item into an unused socket and you've got something new. A cut electrical wire forms a toothbrush holder or even a chair. A plug with a towel attached is an instant towel rack. A glass vase becomes a mounted glass vase. It's actually quite ingenious.