EverBlock Life-Size LEGO Blocks

Jun 4, 2015

Category: Living

LEGO blocks are quite possibly the coolest toy on Earth, letting both kids and adults explore their imaginations for hours on end. But for years now, we’ve been on the lookout for a life-sized LEGO brick, and it looks like we can finally put a check mark next to that box with EverBlock.

Just like the tiny colorful building blocks, but large enough to build a small building with. They come in 3″, 6″ and even 12″ sizes, letting you construct everything from chairs and tables to nightstands and beds. You’re only limited by your imagination. The large plastic blocks were created by Arnon Rosen, who used his knowledge of modular flooring to create the product. Of course just like their smaller brethren, EverBlock can be reused by simply disassembling, and they come in a handful of colors. [Purchase]

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