Wooden LEGO Bricks

Wooden LEGO Bricks

Japanese company Mokulock makes eco-friendly wooden versions of the famous LEGO bricks.

Made of high quality wood, they are compatible with official LEGO bricks.

If you liked Wooden LEGO Figures, you will love wooden LEGO bricks.

Wooden LEGO

LEGO Bricks Made of Wood

LEGOs Made of Wood

Wooden LEGO Blocks

LEGO Blocks Made of Wood

LEGO Made of Wood

Wooden LEGOs

Mokulock

LEGO Mokulock

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  1. cole

    I don’t think wooden things that resemble plastic things are any more eco friendly than their non-eco-friendly counterparts. think of all the waste that comes from grinding out those lego holes and such, not to mention the transportation costs of the woods and cutting down the forests. I hate to be a debbie downer, but seriously, it really bugs me when companies try to play something off as “eco-friendly” when there isn’t really anything about it that is good for the environment.

  2. Derrick

    funny thing, LEGO started out as a wooden toy company.

  3. Lilia Smiles

    The girl in the second-to-the-last picture looks kind of bored to me

  4. Gert

    Cole, by your definition of eco friendly perhaps we all ought to go back to living in caves hm? Wood is a sustainable resource as you can continually replant trees and the wood chips left over from cutting can be used as fuel, the base for MDF, made into paper, etc. No WASTE which is the whole point of eco friendly.

    I won’t even go into the whole transportation cost thing as it costs money to transport ANYthing regardless of what it is which gets me back to lets all go back to living in caves and wearing animal skins to save the environment because every single thing we do ever impacts the environment period. By your logic children should never be bought toys because they are bad for the environment no matter what they are made of unless you personally grew and manufactured it in your own back yard. I’m guessing you do NOT have children or if you do, they are adults.

  5. Karen

    Awesome idea! Not very colourful but I guess they want to be a little different than original Lego.

  6. John

    Hey Gert, Sean Hannity called and he wants his post back.

    Also, cleaver use of CAPITILAZITION. I could practically see you seething as you typed.

  7. djyxgfuy

    Wow John, grow up.

    He makes a reasonable and rational statement about a sustainable resource and that somehow means he’s seething? I don’t know how your comparison to Sean Hannity works at all, in fact I don’t see the point to your post at all, other than to be a snide little douche.

  8. cole

    @Gert
    My problem is that people assume that buying something, or switching their consumptions habits is good for the environment compared to not buying anything at all. This is simply not the case. The lego case is a rather benign one, but I think that in order to live in a world with global warming, we will have to drastically change how we view buying things and using our resources. Your cavemen example is a bit of a slippery slope, but people will definitely have to drive a lot less, fly a lot less, and consume less if we as a species are to survive.

    By the way Gert, you are right - I’m only 22 and have no kids.

  9. Jimmy

    Cole, the description is provided by toxel. Not the company. Nobody is trying to play things off as “eco-friendly.” If you check out their website you would be able to see that. I do however, do think that the making of these wood legos are more friendly than the process in which plastic parts are made. Unlike plastic, wood is not harmful to the environment, being a part of nature itself. John, who are you defending? If nobody, then your comment was rather pointless.

  10. Chewie

    I swear I’ve seen a wooden Lego version like this before, anyways it looks nice as a small design, not too sure about seeing a lego wooden tower. Maybe use different materials? Thermochromic lego? hmmmmmm

  11. K

    Why are the same few guys always complaining and creating arguments on every single Toxel post? Seriously?

    These are neat, would make a cute ‘paint it yourself’ kit for kids. And I bet they smell good.

  12. Kid

    @K
    Amen.

    @The usual self-righteous Toxel post haters
    Can anyone just enjoy some cool/intriguing art once without attacking it with a holier-than-thou standpoint?

  13. Ru

    I bet these feel amazing to play with, really tactile. Probably hurt just as much to step on as a plastic one.

    Are they more eco-friendly than plastic ones? Well, plastic is a petroleum product (bad) and has to be coloured with chemical dyes (bad). I love the unbleached finish on these with the subtle variations, but I don’t know many children who would choose them over the brightly coloured bricks unless maybe you were building a wooden fort. Beautiful as an adult collector’s piece, but maybe not so fun for kids.

  14. kadal

    The girl in the second-to-the-last picture : “when this photo session is over? i need to sleep”

  15. argon-76

    They are cool and eco-friendly-looking.
    Not bad at all.
    And, in case of crisis, i can use them in the fire place. Not so sure that I could do the same with the plastic ones! )))))

  16. dave

    “I love the unbleached finish on these with the subtle variations, but I don’t know many children who would choose them over the brightly coloured bricks unless maybe you were building a wooden fort. Beautiful as an adult collector’s piece, but maybe not so fun for kids.”

    A clever parent will stain or otherwise finish these things with some kind of wood-oriented treatment. Myself, I’d go with Danish or teak oil. Someone could use water-based aniline dye for brighter colors with grain.

  17. Goobersita

    All I can think of is if they smell good like cedar chips! That would make them amazing!

  18. lk

    :D

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