The more we understand the fundamentals of electronics, the easier it becomes to marry their myriad functions into imaginative designs. A Japanese tinkerer took this notion to the extreme with a construction kit that makes creating gadgets both a game and an art project in one.
The Denki Puzzle (denki is Japanese for electricity) was created by Yuri Suzuki, an alum of Japan's famed Maywa Denki studio, and graduate of London's Royal College of Art. Using custom printed circuit boards, Suzuki can fit together various pieces to create anything from a radio to a lighting system. The creation is part of the London Design Museum's Designer In Residence program, running until January 2013.
You can see more of Suzuki's beautifully crafted electronic components in the gallery below.