Domino Falldowns or Domino Toppling Shows. Many find them satisfying, relaxing, or meditative. Some onlookers think it’s fun and thrilling when domino bricks fall in sequence – a chain reaction called the domino effect. Artists can spend weeks or months building their masterpieces with several hundred thousand individual bricks – only to topple them down in just minutes. We have found some of the most extreme and innovative domino falldowns on YouTube. Watch them all here!
The earliest public domino toppling shows were arranged by Bob Speca, Jr. from Pennsylvania in 1976 when he was 18. By toppling down 11,111 bricks, he set the first official world record for most domino bricks toppled.
Domino falldowns are in demand now more than ever due to the discovery+ film “Lily Topples The World”. The documentary follows Lily Hevesh, the 20-year-old Dominio star known as Hevesh5, for over 3 years. It’s the story of how a quiet Chinese adoptee transforms into a global artist with over 1 billion views on YouTube. Watch 3 of Lily’s creations in this list.