She Spent 8 Days Stacking 15,000 Dominoes, Now Watch Them Fall…

Dominoes have been around for hundreds of years, with their origin believed to be in China in the 12th century. They were originally made of ivory or bone and were used for gambling and other games.

The use of dominoes as props to create art by knocking them down, also known as domino toppling or dominoes falling, began in the early 20th century. The exact year and location of the first domino toppling display is unclear, but it is believed to have been in the United States in the 1920s or 1930s.

One of the earliest known recorded instances of domino toppling was in 1954 when a group of students in Michigan created a domino chain reaction that consisted of 27,000 dominoes. Since then, domino toppling has become a popular hobby and competitive sport, with events and world records regularly held around the world.

The clip below constituents 25 hours of meticulous stacking of the pieces. Eventually forming the “Triple Spiral.” The channel Hevesh5 is a domino fanatic. Hence, most of their artwork is presented in this form.

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