Gallery: Colors Tokyo’s Earth Blocks are an Eco-friendly LEGO Alternati...


LEGO blocks are one of the most enduringly popular toys around. With endless possibilities for reinvention, they challenge minds and cultivate creativity. But as much as we love these colorful little blocks, we have to say that it wouldn’t hurt if they were also a little more eco-friendly. But here comes a sustainable take on the classic block from Japanese firm Colors Tokyo. Fashioned from environmentally friendly materials, the company’s Earth Blocks are an exciting prospect for educating kids on green building.

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  1. Raven Cassidy May 4, 2015 at 7:53 am

    They are made from coffee and other biodegradable materials, not wood…

  2. doodledoo May 26, 2012 at 2:35 pm

    Wood isn’t necessary sustainable if it is shipped all the way around the world. If you are living in Europe the plastic LEGO blocks might even be more sustainable than these wooden bricks simply because the truck only has to drive from Denmark to for instance Germany.

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