A Study On Lennart Green by Takumi Takahashi
OLÉ by Juan Luis Rubiales and Luis De Matos
The astonishing stand-up and close-up magic of one of the finest magicians in Spain. Juan Luis Rubiales, reveals in OLÉ his favorite effects and most closely guarded secrets. His distinctive take on classic plots make for some of the most baffling magic you will ever see.
Chaos by Mathieu Bich
However you think it works - you’re wrong.
A masterpiece 15 years in the making. The effect of Chaos is quite simple: a deck of cards is freely shown in random order - then impossibly reshapes itself into perfect, new-deck order.
Silk to Chocolate by Sean Yang
Cleanly show a silk and tuck it into a closed fist. With a gentle blow, the silk has transformed into a gorgeous chocolate!
A new rendition to the classic effect "Silk to Egg!" Replace the egg with the chocolate, making the effect seemingly more impromptu and delicious!
Dr Thomas Change By Cyril Thomas
Sherlock'oin by Thomas Riboulet
From the minds of Thomas Riboulet and Anthony Stan, all the way from France.
Sherlock'oin is an effect of pure magic! This is one of the most direct and clean methods of sending an object to an "impossible" place.
Cohesive by Kevin Li
"I hate gum tricks, but I love this one. I'm fooled." - Justin Flom
Nothing is more organic, spontaneous, or surprising to spectators than taking an ordinary object and creating a miracle. That's exactly what you'll learn to do on Kevin Li's Cohesive.
Red Mango by Mark Calabrese
Face to Face Location & Spectator's Revenge by Joseph B
This time two outstanding effects from the creativity mind of Joseph B.
The first effect is totally impromptu and can be done with a borrowed shuffled deck. It is completely hands off!
Derek Ostovani Penguin Live Online Lecture
"As a full time working professional magician, Derek understands what strong magic is, how it relates to the spectators, what truly works for the general public and what pays the bills." -H.M. David Malek