Keith Porter's Camouflage is a color changing deck routine like no other. This multi-phase effect has some seriously visual eye-popping changes. Four blue backed cards are displayed each baring a colorful Chameleon on the face.
Clipped Prediction is based on 'Clippo' of Joseph Kolar and is ideal for performances demonstrating mentalism. The magician shows a long, thin newspaper strip and moves his scissors up or down this strip to stop where the volunteer commands.
Possibly the most important book on coin magic since David Roth's Expert Coin Magic! From one of Spain's most famous magicians comes elegant yet surreal mysteries for the very first time in English. Coins and Other Fables by Luis
Featuring original photography and rare memorabilia alongside a foreword by Guillermo Del Toro and text by Steve Cohen himself, Confronting Magic celebrates twenty years of Chamber Magic and the variety of guests that the lively,
From the creator of the smash hit "100 Monkeys" comes Crossfire: A Book Test with a twist! "This is the type of routine lay audiences love! Crossfire is mind reading with an incredible kicker that your audience won't see coming --
Many magicians have suffered from performing effects that are similar with all their competitions. True story, yours truly have walked into a school show and an agent asked me whether if I'll be performing the bowling trick or that
Dirty Work is the lowdown on ten new dirty deeds by Ryan Matney. Some are self-working, some are impromptu, and all are powerful examples of highly structured strangeness. Among the deceptions included in this book are, "Already
PERMANENTLY WATERMARK A BORROWED BILL! A spectator is asked to select a card and to memorize it. Next, you borrow a bill from your spectator and with a lighter you start to heat up their bill...slowly a watermark seems to materialize
Introduce Elixir, a MASTERFULLY CRAFTED ROUTINE that was precisely designed to PROMISE GREAT REACTIONS. Elixir kickstarts our very first "Worker Series." Created by our in-house artist Lyndon Jugalbot, well known for his worker
Imagine this: you're at a friend's party and you reach into an ice chest and pull out a soda. You show everyone the full can - the top, bottom, and sides. You then tell them about a game of "soda can roulette" you used to play in