The performer displays a GIANT sizes 3 of Diamonds card front and back, and rests it upright on display. He now shows 3 small different colored silks, and places them in a paper cone. The cone is snapped open with a BANG - and the
This is the classic Arne Card Rise, only made in a jumbo Bicycle version. Ideal for stage, the Jumbo Arne Card Rise never fails to impress.
A Classic Stage Favorite for years! The effect is simple--a Jumbo card vanishes & reappears. So you explain to the audience you'll teach this old magic trick. Drop the Jumbo card between the two boards on the tray. Reverse the tray
Performer displays an empty bag, shown inside and out to be of the same color. A deck of cards is dropped in the bag, the bag is snapped. In an instant the bag transforms into a very large foulard 44" x 44", with all the different cards
A spectator "selects" a card from a deck. It is shuffled back into the deck. Performer introduces a large and colorful "gun" and asks the spectator to riffle the deck towards the gun. BANG goes the gun, and the
Banner Magic! is the latest magic product created by Michael Mode. Designed for professional magicians, Banner Magic! is three time-tested routines, Princess Card Trick, 52 on 1 and The Long Card, in a new banner format that opens and
A spectator selects a card from a pack of cards. Magician displays a jumbo card fan. One of the cards is face down in the fan. He asks the spectator to spot his selected card in the fan. The spectator says it is not
A set of Jumbo size cards with pictures of cocktail glasses, and a series of tricks you can perform with them. The glasses turn "Bottoms Up", fill with drinks, and the drinks magically transfer from one
After you produce some cards, toss them on the table. Cover these cards with a large silk. As you lift the silk you produce a Castle of Cards! Have a card selected, and then it vanishes from the deck! Their selected card appears on the Card Castle.
The perfect production item. This hand made prop truly defines the term "packs flat, plays big." When collapsed, this card castle is less than two inches thick. But when expanded (in a matter of seconds, mind you), it stands as a monument to card magic