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Everybody owns tricks, some magicians a great many, but not everybody knows how to make an act or a show out of their tricks. Now a pro of long standing has patterned fifteen "acts" designed for the ambitious magician. In some of these, every detail is
This is similar to the Blooming Rose, but instead of a single flower, this is in the form of a bouquet of five flowers. Performer displays a barren "bouquet", and five flowers visibly appear on the bouquet. Supplied complete with instructions.
A borrowed cell phone is held in one hand - and a balloon is inflated. The cell phone visually penetrates inside of the balloon. It is shown, then given back to the spectator with the cell phone still inside. The result is a twisted hybri
BREAKING KAYFABE--'Kayfabe' means secret, and the latest DVD album from the Essential Magic Collection contains many. Some of these secrets have been kept by Max Maven for forty years. They are incredibly powerful professional routines
Want to learn more than card magic? This DVD explains incredible effects using not only cards, but coins, matches, and iPhones. Quite a variety! On this DVD, you will learn: CARD THING by Patrick Kun--A very direct card sandwich
A deck of cards is genuinely shuffled by both the performer and a spectator, who then each select a card. These cards are lost back into the deck which is, again, shuffled. The magician announces that despite all the shuffling he is
Jonathan Friedman is as strong of a writer as he is a magician. And his background is an even split between magic and music. He has combined these passions for this sensational new book, The Magic of Jonathan Friedman: The
Passing through a solid object isn't just for comic book heroes anymore. Rift is a revolutionary breakthrough in the Card Through Window plot. Spread the cards across a glass window, and you effortlessly pull their card through the