YouTuber and domino enthusiast 'Flippycat' has done it again. And by 'it', we mean 'create a spectacular domino run' and record it all on camera. This particular masterpiece? Why, Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night, of course.
That's right, the man who previously recreated The Mona Lisa in dominoes - or, as he called it, the 'Domona Lisa' - has used a grand total of 7067 coloured bricks to build himself his own version of the one-eared wonder's nocturnal landscape.
What's more, his work of art took two attempts to construct, with the final successful build taking 11 hours in total. That, ladies and gentlemen, is dedication.
But though we're very impressed, Mr. Flippycat - if that is your real name - isn't the only dominoer to turn art into tumbling plastic bricks... not by a long chalk:
62,940 dominoes. Awesome.
Full marks for an awesome ending.
It's not a continuous shot, but we don't care because it's awesome.
This thing is absolutely insane.
Tic Tac Toe Dominoes
The most epic Tic Tac Toe game board ever.
This must have taken forever to set up.
Harry Potter Dominoes
Sirius Black would be proud.
Around and around.
The effect at 1:10 is amazing.
All of these dominoes were hand-cut and hand-painted. Respect.
Pi Day Dominoes
Celebrating Pi Day right with a bunch of dominoes in a looping circle.
With the beard!
Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, in domino form.
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