You Can Unleash Unlimited Creativity with ArkoBlox

You Can Unleash Unlimited Creativity with ArkoBlox

Building stuff with plastic bricks is great fun, but largely pointless. The material cannot take any great load, and the bricks easily fall apart. In contrast, ArkoBlox are made to be useful. These wooden blocks fit together with pins, meaning you can unleash unlimited creativity.

– Wooden blocks fit together in a multitude of different designs

– Solid material and sturdy pins hold together your creations

– Create a laptop stand, a smartphone holder, and a million other things

Unlimited creativity

At some point in your life, you will probably have improvised a book holder from things on your table. Likewise, we have all found ingenious ways to store stationery and small accessories. We may not realize it, but we all have an instinct for design in response to everyday needs.

ArkoBlox were made for just such occasions. These sturdy beech wood blocks are strong enough to support the weight of your laptop, and they are held together with metal pins.

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The faces of each block are covered with small holes for the pins, meaning you can fit together ArkoBlox in a million different ways. This method of building is child’s play — sometimes literally, given that the blocks are safe for kids. ArkoBlox were designed by a father, and it really shows.

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The standard pack comes with 20 blocks, which is enough to build some desktop structures. You can also upgrade to larger packs, or grab the smartphone holder kit.

“Created by a dad and his son. ArkoBlox are wood blocks that connect together with pins. I promise these blocks will bring endless fun.” — ArkoBlox on Kickstarter

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What we ❤️

Building blocks that are both fun and useful. Also great for parent-child bonding time.

Future designs

It would be neat if there were different sizes and shapes for even more variety.


– Kickstarter: Until June 16th

– Pledge: $20

– Delivery: July 2017

Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.


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