You can do a liquid to a solid effect with this aluminum chambered apparatus. Small enough to be hand held and kept in the pocket. Has a cork stopper to make the liquid change foolproof. Fashioned after the "pea can", and is perfect to do
Since the late 19th century in the US, mob bosses have only allowed the worthy to enter their inner circle. Now with these USPCC-printed cards, you hold the fate of the bosses and their families as it will be your playing card skills that will
1. Give the spectator a prediction. 2. Ribbon spread a deck of playing cards. 3. Ask the spectator to choose a number. 4. Count to the number chosen... After several months of work in collaboration with David Ferrari to refine this
Is magic an art? Magicians have been thinking about it in the wrong way for more than a century. If you feel that the question is merely academic, Brushstrokes explains the value for every magician, with examples from history and from current
This latest book out on card tricks is a collection from among the best classic impromptu, mostly self-working card tricks. It is not your average card trick book full of cheesy, simple dime store card tricks. It contains over 100 tricks plus variants
I would like to you a story. In this story, you spread the cards and ask your audience to name any card. No force. You isolate their selection and put away rest of the cards. You turn the tuck case around to show them the brand name of the
I really admire Jeff Stone's approach to mentalism. His effects are not only especially powerful, but also clear and undeniable. And his presentations [in Stone Cold Mental] provide strong theatrical themes, while leaving plenty of room for
It's absolutely brilliant! Both the premise and the method-Shimshi. From the creative minds of The Other Brothers comes an effect that is five years in the making - one of the very first concepts ever developed by the imaginative duo.