Imagine that you could materialize any small object that would be pinned on a picture card attached to your shirt. You just touch the picture card and any small object matching the card will be materialized instantly
Six stainless steel cups, which are numbered (by dice) from one to six, are shown on a beautiful Oak hand stained platform. In each cup, an amount of cash is placed. This can be a $100 bill, and five smaller bills or coins.
A Breath of Life! With ANIMA: You'll give it for close examination after the performance. You'll perform it under any light condition with plain sunlight or in a room with a strong spotlight. And you'll be always ready.
From The Enchantment, the company which brought you Skywalker, Archangel, Dreamweaver, and ABYSS, comes Atlantis. If you are looking for magic that leaves a strong impact with the greatest of ease, look no further.
An excellent, logical way to present an old chestnut - Lester Lake's "Water-Lu." The magician displays an empty tuna fish can and fills it with water. He places a piece of paper over the open end of the can and then turns the can ups
Attire is the ultimate way to introduce a Sharpie. Spectators see a design of a marker on your shirt, and with a simple pull on the image, and you now have a REAL Sharpie in your hand that you can use in your next routine!
Insert a balloon into the tube, and pierce it with two solid spikes. The balloon does not "pop" but remains inflated! Show the inside of the tube, and your audience can see two spikes penetrating through the
The magician asks the spectators to participate in an experiment explaining that he has been working on his skills as a human lie detector. He asks for change of a $5 dollar bill or pulls out a hand full of bills and
Vanish any small object from the audience, like a ring, coin, bill, signed card or any other small item. Show a bottle of soda, water or juice of any kind and give to the spectator to hold. Now invite him to open the "factory sealed" bottle
Performer displays 4 Jumbo Cards, hinged together, to make a chain. Cards are displayed front and back, then formed into a triangle, from which he produces silks, flowers sponge balls and similar items.