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Check out Hevesh’s YouTube channel for tons of other mesmerizing videos of her work. This video that she created with a fellow domino artist several years ago is the most-watched on her channel with a whopping 85 million views:
And here’s a reel of highlights from some of her “best projects,” which she shared back in June. Seriously astounding work!
here's a look back at some of my best domino projects 🙂
— Lily Hevesh (@Hevesh5) June 6, 2017
Hevesh was in the routine of posting new clips of her projects to her channel every Saturday at 1 p.m. ET. That may no longer be the case, however, as this domino artist extraordinaire heads off to travel during a “gap year” before she starts her freshman year of college at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, next fall. (Famous Rensselaer alums include Reid Hoffman, the co-founder of LinkedIn, as well as a bunch of NASA employees and astronauts.)
Hevesh recently closed up her domino studio and moved all 70,000 of her dominoes to her parents’ house, a process that she chronicled on social media:
Everything's back home now! Had to put some stuff in the playroom because we were running out of space 😅 pic.twitter.com/C1IJUwq3TL
— Lily Hevesh (@Hevesh5) August 15, 2017
For all you Hevesh superfans out there, she even has her own logo and line of shirts, too. Not bad for an 18-year-old with a bright future!