The Die Electric Experiment

A die electric is an insulating material that doesn’t conduct electricity. The “Die Electric” experiment makes use of this material to create products that ironically require you to plug them in. Examples are a power cord twisted to form a shelf,  a plant potter that looks suspended when plugged in, and a toothbrush holder made from a wrapped cable.

Designer: Scott Amron [ Product Page ]

9 Comments

  • ds says:

    isnt this dangerous or something?

  • chaoos says:

    lol

  • chthonos says:

    it’s “dielectric”, not die electric. and these items are quite clearly not composed of dielectric materials. you guys should consult a physicist before you start naming your inane design projects.

  • chthonos says:

    it’s “dielectric”, not die electric. and these items are quite clearly not composed of dielectric materials. you guys should consult a physicist before you start naming your inane design projects.

  • Tim. says:

    At work I use dielectric grease because of its conductive properties.

  • Tim. says:

    At work I use dielectric grease because of its conductive properties.

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