Gotta Build-Em All

When we're not busy building here at EverBlock, we're out "catching 'em all" too! Pokémon GO has taken the world by storm since it launched on July 6th. People of all ages have downloaded the app and taken part in training and battling in their neighborhoods. 

Early 2000s nostalgia surrounding the Pokémon resurgence couples perfectly with our giant building blocks which throw us back to our childhood days. So...... we decided to come up with some Pokémon-inspired designs in our Virtual 3D Builder. You can find these and other cool characters in the library catalogue within the builder.

Get your Ash-ish, Misty-ish and Brock-ish on and build your own life-size, 3D Poké-like creations to liven up your homes, stores, offices, or neighborhood battle gyms! 


EverBlock's "I Choose You" Contest

Build your very own 3D, virtual, Pokémon-like character and enter for a chance to win a FREE 29 piece EverBlock starter kit!

We want to see the COOLEST creations you can come up with!


Here's how to enter:

  1. Build your very own figure in our VIRTUAL 3D BUILDER
  2. Save your work! Be sure to include your:
  • Name
  • Email
  • Shipping Address
  • Title your piece "Contest Entry"

*Tip: Try a building technique that creates a stable object, i.e. stagger blocks so the figure can support itself and blocks aren't just stacked one upon the other.*


Enter before 5:00pm Friday, August 5th, eastern time -- winner announced Monday morning, august 8th


We are accepting entries from all over the globe and will be sharing the best designs on social media. The WINNER will be chosen from the continental U.S. only and will be announced on Facebook and Twitter and notified via email to claim their prize, a 29 piece combo pack in the color(s) of their choice. 

Note: All design entries will become the sole property of EverBlock Systems, LLC and may be used any time for any reason at the discretion of the company.

We can't wait to see what you come up with! Be sure to share with all your friends, coworkers, and fellow trainers out there! GO TEAM!


Pokémon, Pokémon character names, are trademarks of Nintendo. Any reference to Pokémon or Pokémon character names is not meant to create or imply any association between Nintendo and EverBlock or Niantic and EverBlock. EverBlock is not affiliated with Nintendo or Niantic. Pokémon and the Pokémon logo are registered trademarks of Nintendo. Nintendo does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this organization, its affiliates, its products, or its programs. 


EverBlock assists major art exhibit at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco

Photo credits: Abbey Party Rents SF

Photo credits: Abbey Party Rents SF

Renowned LA based photographer, Andrew George, brought his stunning "Right, before I die," an exhibition of portraits and testimonies of twenty palliative care patients, from its stay at the Musea Brugge in Belgium to San Francisco for its US premier. Grace's grandeur, gothic architecture was the perfect setting for the contemporary, yet timeless work of art. 

EverBlock served as the story wall for this full scale installation. Over 2200 black blocks compiled the 120 foot long, 9 foot high wall. Abbey Party Rents SF installed the wall with a just a few team members in under 4 hours. The portraits and writings were mounted to the blocks and lighting was attached above to highlight each story.

The solidity and sturdiness of the EverBlock wall was a good match for the gravity and solemness of the subject matter of the artwork. The monochromatic black offered a clean and elegant backdrop, allowing the art to be the centerpiece.

Photo Credits: 'Right, before I die' Facebook

Photo Credits: 'Right, before I die' Facebook

"Right, before I die" is currently on display at Grace Cathedral through August 10th and is free to the public. Its next residence will be at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, where the monumental work will adorn another EverBlock wall built into a brand new design.

EverBlock is honored to have been a part of such a profound and moving installation at Grace Cathedral.

Learn more about Andrew George and the RBID project HERE.

It takes a lot to give, to ask for help
To be yourself, to know and love what you live with
— DAMIEN RICE, It Takes A Lot To Know A Man

Ice Castle in an Urban Winter Wonderland

Bryant Park hosted the 2016 Winter Carnival weekend, a part of Bank of America's annual winter village, in the middle of NYC February 5th and 6th. And here at EverBlock Systems, we're still buzzing with excitement from the event. There were so many fun activities to take part in including an ice ball, skating showcase, outdoor brewhouse, silent disco, curling lessons, and warming lodge. Best of all, we were front and center on Avenue of the Americas and 41st Street. Take a look: 

We certainly made a impact on guests with our grand entrance to the carnival, 10-foot high parapets and icy-white 20-foot long facade. Our team, with the help of Bank of America team members, built and built into the wee hours of Friday morning battling icy rain to finish this beauty! We used close to 1,200 of our Translucent blocks to complete this grandeur, lacing each of the four corner columns with LED light strips to illuminate the castle from within. Then, purple, blue, and pink flood lights were added along the base of the castle creating a brilliant colored glow.

Guests arrived and were stunned! We heard a story of friends interacting with it: one went up and touched the walls and the other friend said "Is it cold?!" That's the effect the translucent blocks had. And the dusting of snow that arrived early Friday morning boosted the feeling. With EverBlock you get the best of both worlds, a seemingly made-of-ice castle with NO melting. Even in the snow-plentiful town of Lake George, the real ice castle took some damage from the warm sun. Not with EverBlock. This stood up to the elements and was a fun and interactive feature for all the guests to play in! It made for a great background for selfies and social media shots. You can find lots on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the tag #wintercarnival. 

The big number was the Silent Disco that happened Saturday night. Guests listened to music on their light-up headphones with killer DJs playing the tunes on two channels. It was a great way to bring the park to life after hours! Lots of dancing and singing out loud, for sure, but the music was only on in the headphones. Must have been some sight for passers-by!

In the end, the Winter Carnival was a huge success and a super, fun-packed weekend in NYC for residents and tourists alike. EverBlock was a great solution for the ice castle and with a turn-key rental and install, we set it up and broke it down before anyone knew what hit 'em! 

Don't miss out next year, we're sure to be BIGGER and BETTER! 


Happy wintertime and keep building!