Two years ago Shin Lim released 52 Shades of Red. It has since took the world by storm. Magicians all over the world have been performing this ground breaking routine.
The greatly anticipated continuation of 52 Shades of Red is now available!
Get Ready for 52V2
After the famous gag and for the surprise of the audience the chosen card really appears on the back of the prediction. It is printed on top of the back design, that was visible the whole time.
At anytime during his show, the magician begins to produce flowers from his fingertips, pouring from his fingers faster and faster! Wonderful Production!
A disturbingly clean 4 card change that happens in the spectator's own hands! Ace combines easy sleight of hand with a devious gimmick. Ace is not a simple packet trick, it's a diabolical card change system that happens in the spectator's own hands.
You take a box of matches from your pocket and then proceed to impossibly balance it on your fingertips.
Display a wooden rod with three silks (eg. 2 Red and 1 Yellow) hanging down. The yellow silk is at one end. Spectators challenge you to bring the yellow silk to the middle. By hitting the silk with a magic wand, the yellow silk instantly jumps to the middle of the three silks.
This spectacular deck is derived from the tales of the Nordic gods. It depicts the Viking Gods in all of their glory and all of the court cards were given an immense amount of attention to detail as well as the numbered cards. Each and every color has a meaning and each and every court card was specifically chosen.
This has become a favorite of magicians because of the off beat and highly visual magic impact.You pour liquid into a glass from a jug, can, bottle etc.You leave it, and the glass stays suspended in mid air, as the liquid continues to pour into it.
A beautiful magical levitation effect comes with the gimmicks to float the vase in the beginning, float the vase with the water pouring and a beautiful appearing rosebud. Add the bottle of your choice.
The magician pours wine into an empty wine goblet and lets go of the glass as he is pouring. The glass magically remains suspended in air while the wine is still being poured from the bottle. An excellent stage effect !