Lego or Playmobile? Sure, but neither of them is as big and eco-friendly as Edo!

We "believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way." And begin teaching them at a young age - why not start with things such as their toys? Simon Marussi, CEO and founder of a web agency, got inspired by his 3-year-old son and the idea of the giant, eco-friendly cardboard bricks was born. 

Edo are not made of plastics, they are eco-friendly, giant Lego-like blocks that can be used to build just about anything, from castles, animals to robots and cars. The bricks come in three sizes, so you'll hardly be left without building options and structural combinations. Once constructed, children can also draw or write on them. The bricks can be coloured, sprayed and transformed over and over again.

They are pretty solid and the flat bricks are even tougher, so children can climb onto their creations or sit in their sturdy cardboard car without fear of harming themselves ort damaging the structure.

Various colours are available - from the classic cardboard colour (Havana), or Icy White, and also in a mix of 5 bright modern colours, including green, yellow, red, and blue.

Edo blocks are easy to assemble and easy to handle, so the children can have a lot of fun with them. Special pieces are also available, for example eyes for the animals, but children can easily create various add-on pieces at home.

You can get your bricks by supporting the EDO Kickstarter campaign here. You can also follow them on Facebook or Twitter for more information.

Sept. 16, 2016 Living photo: Edo

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