When our product scouts started raving on about the Voodoo Knife Block we half expected them to turn up with some kind of Live and Let Die-style Haitian contraption, covered in skulls, fangs and chicken feathers.
Thankfully there's nothing supernatural about the Voodoo Knife Block, even though it is one of the most amusingly bizarre kitchen accessories we've ever seen. Designed by Raffaele Iannello the Voodoo Knife Block is a slice above other knife blocks and it's wonderfully unusual in terms of originality and design (no more sharp wordplay - promise).
Crafted in a rich red or black ABS plastic, the highly stylish Voodoo has five strategically-positioned slots in which to place five quality knives, which are also included.
Apart from its striking appearance the sturdy Voodoo is a brilliant kitchen companion, especially if you're used to using one crummy knife to chop, slice, fillet and dice. The five assorted knives included with the Voodoo are super sleek and guaranteed to bring out your inner-Ramsay. You'll soon be chopping ultra-thin onions just for the hell of it complete with theatrical effing and blinding.
As you can tell, the Voodoo Knife Block is no chip off the old (knife) block. It's a radical new designer knife rack that no serious (or not so serious) chef should be without. So what are you waiting for? Chop chop!