VIDEO - Disney celebrates Toy Story Land with 32,000 piece domino maze

Sep 25, 2018 in "Toy Story Land"

Posted: Tuesday September 25, 2018 11:35am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney recently teamed up with domino artist Lily Hevesh to create a 32,000 piece domino maze to celebrate the opening of Toy Story Land at Walt Disney World.

Built inside the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World, the freehand domino setup that took a week to install includes murals of Buzz, Woody and complex chain-reaction tricks with classic toys.

Check it out in this video.

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Rambozo22 hours ago

I'd love it if we eventually got the western town and Big Al's.

Disone4 days ago

Give it time.... Disnet has not yet bought universal;)

Squishy4 days ago

He's also the concept artist of New Fantasyland, Epcot Ratatouille area, play pavilion, the Disneyland Rivers of America remake, Disneyland's 50th castle decor & MK's 50th castle decor.

gerarar4 days ago

The original concept artist for TSL (among other projects) revealed himself on Twitter recently. An interesting tidbit is that someone asked about the lack of shade and acknowledged it. Regardless, still sad we didn’t get the full land as originally visioned with the bridge over SDD and the western-Town and barn gift shop. Original tweet:

EagleScout610Apr 14, 2020

So you wouldn't want the video of me shining a strobe light at a passing sasquatch while recreating Everest?

MovieloverApr 14, 2020

Yeah... day 100... *shoves socks back into drawer :cautious:

MisterPenguinApr 14, 2020

Just wait until day 100 of your confinement: you'll be putting on a sock puppet version of Great Moments in History from the windows of your house!

JenniferSApr 14, 2020

It beats the homemade recreations of favourite rides. Please, no more. How many times can you film people going down the stairs in a laundry basket and call it Splash, Pirates, Frozenstrom ...?

MisterPenguinApr 13, 2020

Blogs are recycling old material. That's stuff we've already seen. Wonder how long the blogs can keep that up?

*Grand Admiral Thrawn*Apr 13, 2020

That's pretty cool. It's nuts to see Toy Story and Star Wars at the park all done. It seems like it was yesterday speculating how the lands would turn out. I remember going to Star Wars Weekends in May 2015 and going to the park to find out they were building a Star Wars land. My family was so excited and we all speculated on what it might be.

gerararApr 12, 2020

Nothing new, but BlogMickey did a throwback of the work that went into building/constructing TSL... Kinda really miss looking at construction updates from the parks now... Source:

RteetzMar 21, 2020

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MagicHappens1971Oct 19, 2019

I think it was mostly parts of the third track queue? I can’t remember but I’ll try and dig into it and see if I have something saved or find something somewhere