The “World Records Made in Germany” book is launched at the Book Fair
Last Wednesday, the start of the Frankfurt Book Fair celebrated the launch of “World Records Made in Germany”, the first record book focusing on records achieved in German-speaking countries. The launch also featured Sinners Domino Entertainment and other record attempts.
The world record for book dominoes kicks off the event
9,862 books – until this morning, this was the current record for the “Most books toppled in a domino fashion”. This was soon to change when Sinners Domino Entertainment launched its new world record attempt at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Aiming to break the world record with a chain reaction of book dominoes
This Wednesday, the opening event of the Frankfurt Book Fair will feature an extraordinary world record attempt: Sinners Domino Entertainment is organising a chain reaction using 10,000 Guinness World Records books as dominoes.
25,000 dominoes get the show off to a symbolic start
At the opening ceremony of the 4th Hirzenhain Guild Fair, Sinners Domino Entertainment made sure that things went off with a blast: as an element of its domino setup, a pyrotechnic effect impressed guests at the opening.
With 543,210 dominoes constructed, the second German Domino Record this year took place under the motto “Dominoland – Reaching the Limit”. After a few starting hiccups, the record attempt was a success.
At this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair, the publishing house “Hoffmann und Campe” presented the German edition of the Guinness World Records 2015. Sinners Domino Entertainment attended the launch and used more than 10,000 dominoes to recreate the logo of the record office.
At the German Domino Record 2014 event in Büdingen, Sinners Domino Entertainment was able to achieve not one, but four new records – the German record for the most dominoes toppled in a chain reaction and three spectacular world records.
A “Floh” logo made of dominoes is an impressive highlight at the anniversary
The Domino Verlag publishing house in Munich recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. For the anniversary celebration, Sinners Domino Entertainment used more than 15,000 dominoes to recreate its famous “Floh” character.