Le tour en soi est presque une leçon complète sur l’art de la magie. Ce tour est l’un des plus bels effets du monde de la prestidigitation. Ce tour est d’ailleurs défini comme un grand classique, et croyez bien que s’il n’était pas vraiment excellent, il n’aurait pas survécu plus de 3000 ans!
Three balls magically interact with three cups jumping from cup to cup, vanishing or appearing mysteriously. At the end of the routine large loads that completely fill up the cups can be made to unexpectidly appear under them for a simply startling and unbeleivable climax.
An almost empty glass refill inexplicably.
Once in a while we come across a trick with a method that is as inspiring and whimsical as the effect it creates. "AmazeBox" is the best example of this that we've ever encountered (think of the wow factor of the best Tenyo items...but this one you can use onstage for hundreds of people). It is simply, elegantly this: a box that switches and forces without you ever touching it. No electronics. In fact, the method is most closely related to origami.
A special moment between two people, alone, somewhere in a secluded corner of a discreet bar, far away from the world’s hustle and bustle. A conversation about angels. A game of destiny.
Diego Antoine is an Uruguayan magician that created Angelux, an useful system that allows you to perform incredible and inexplicable disappearances. Comes complete with DVD and all the necessary props to perform Angleux.
The angry god of wealth, is a deck that is inspired by antique Chinese frescoes.
The abundant use of gold throughout the deck naturally signifies richness and wealth. The ace is a tower, as in the Chinese tradition, gods live in towers.
The Joker is the God of wealth himself.
The Colouring book is a classical trick that has a strong impact on children.
In this version, animals are printed in black and white… and then in colours in the book.
Slowly, gradually, hauntingly, a pile of TORN PIECES COME TO LIFE!
Each piece starts to CREEP and TWIST and TURN on top of the deck... as they gradually ASSEMBLE THEMSELVES into the shape of a COMPLETE CARD! And yes...THE CARD IS RESTORED, EXAMINABLE AND CAN BE GIVEN AWAY.
You hold a banknote in your hand. No one touches it and suddenly it bents itself four times.