The Gen magazine was published by Harry Stanley just after the war. The first issue came out in December 1945. The magazine was published for 26 years with 303 issues covering a total of 8,685 pages. Lewis Ganson, one of the greatest British magical wr
The performer produces a working table from "thin air", or from behind a foulard, etc. Or he has a small board in his hand, which instantly changes into a working table. The complete table, which is almost 3 feet high, instantly springs into a view, wit
Dani DaOrtiz and Juan Tamariz come together once again, to create a novel work with exclusive and very interesting content for all lovers of magic. Even in the midst of a pandemic, Juan and Dani have decided to create something original for the
After spending fifty years collecting Sawing in Half memorabilia, and the past year and a half researching and writing this incredible story, I couldn't be more excited for you to see the finished product. Learn how this trick
The spectator selects a card and writes the number and suit on a sugar envelope. The magician opens the envelope, pours the sugar on the spectator's forearm and the selected card appears written on the skin. It is the old and great "ashes on arm"
Nick Diffatte's first hardbound collection is not jam-packed with oodles of tricks. What fills its pages are deceptive, engaging, real-world routines devised and developed by one of the hardest-working, laugh-provoking, multi-talented performers
Make a bet that gives you very bad odds, only 20% chance you'll win. Place a large bill into a wallet, and a spectator locks it in with a padlock. Show 5 keys and explain that only 1 of these keys will open the lock. They can win the money
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