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Beautifully hand painted ceramic Rabbit (salt) and Top Hat (pepper). 6" high and magnetic to keep the two pieces stable, they're made of fine ceramic and hand painted. Keep a piece of magic on the table at all times. A great
Ken DeCourcy's great book on Troublewit includes multiple designs and patter that will allow you to entertainingly present Troublewit as a stand-alone act, MC bit, or an addition to a standard magic show.
Cloned is a torn and restored type of effect where you tear off a piece of the card and visually, without any cover the card restores. You can do the restoration in slow motion or just in a blink of the eye... Cloned is a highly visual
Of course, Pavel is known throughout the world for his wonderful rope work, but Pavel brought just as much insight and creativeness to the other effects he performed. Very difficult to obtain for many years, this large book contain
In partnership with Justin Sopher, SansMinds is proud to bring you TST. Or, Torn, Seal, Transform. The concept is devilishly simple and allows for a wide range of possible performance strategies. Notably, the gimmick allows for
From the creative mind of Nicholas Lawrence comes Blade: a classic stage illusion turned close-up! An homage to the famous Sawing a Woman in Half illusion, Blade allows you to mysteriously split an ordinary card into two separate moving
Alakazam Magic is thrilled to announce the release of a brand new, 2-DVD boxed set by the Alakazam Academy's "Core Tutor", John Carey. In recent years, John has become internationally acclaimed for his streamlined and practi
The Quarter Shift is like no other coin available. With it, you actually bend the coin right in front of your spectator. The coin bends VISUALLY, and never leaves the sight of your spectator during the bend! Once bent, you can drop the coi