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Genius: The 100' Extension Cord Coil Lamp

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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, but when you look at the raw elements of the lamp, you'll be scratching your head saying "that's all there is?" This is truly a case where the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts.


You can order the Coil Lamp over at Craighton Berman's website. The D.I.Y. version (B.Y.O. extension cord) retails for $75 (USD), while a hand-coiled edition, signed and numbered by the artist sells for $150 bucks.

Impressive, Craighton (can I call you Craig?), but what happens when, oh I dunno, an unruly blogger bites through the corn?! Did I say corn -- I meant cord. Damnit, now all I can think about is Mexican-style corn on the cob. Curse you, obesity!

Hit the jump for a shot of the lamp on and a picture of the unassembled unit.

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coil lamp uses extension cord for power and looks [technabob]

Thanks to naas, who once choked a guy out with a cordless lamp. Now that's hardcore!

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  • Adamant

    Kind of a brilliant thing to have when it comes to moving.... not much other function unless you have a really chic garage/shed

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