More than 30 builders from around the world assembled this epic domino display at the World Domino Collective 2023. It took more than two weeks to set it all up and 16 minutes to knock down all 800,000 dominoes – setting an amateur world record in the process. Domino expert Lily Hevesh posted this video of the event, hosted by the Dutch Domino Team.
It took four days for a team of 18 builders to erect this massive wooden tower and under 45 seconds to knock it all down. The 82-foot-tall tower was designed and assembled from nearly 100,000 Kapla planks by KaplaBen and his build team, including domino queen Lily Hevesh.
Domino queen Lily Hevesh spent the better part of a week setting up this enormous multi-tier bridge using 8,000 individual wood planks. She started with a small prototype of construction techniques, then carefully assembled the 8-foot-tall version. When it was all done, she knocked it all down for our enjoyment.
Domino expert Lily Hevesh spent more than 50 days painstakingly assembling this eyecatching structure out of interlocking hexagons. With its densely-packed dominoes, the colorful geometric sculpture all came crashing down in a matter of just 5 seconds – with a bit of a nail-biter before the big collapse.
Domino master Lily Hevesh rings in the holidays with a series of Christmas-themed domino displays, including a giant pixel grid of Santa Claus, presents, ornaments, sleighs, and stockings. We’re guessing she had to stock up on extra red and green dominoes for this video.
Domino fanatic Hevesh5 took footage from some of her more epic builds, and decided to play the whole thing backwards. Watching and listening to all of those dominoes and props stand themselves back up is both strange and quite satisfying. The towers are especially fun.
It may not have the crazy number of dominoes we’ve seen in some of the builds we’ve seen but this rainbow-colored spiral from Hevesh5, Sprice Machines, and Dynamic Domino is one of the most visually stunning setups we’ve seen, both when it’s standing, and when it’s toppled.