Card on Ceiling by J.C. Wagner, Scotty York and Jamy Ian Swiss
Jamy Ian Swiss has developed perhaps the most compact, amazing, and practical "Card on Ceiling" ever published, and now he shares the work on video for the very first time - a method you will carry with you every day, always ready to perform this unforgettable feat at a moment's notice.
Skymember Presents Nova by Avi Yap
Many eye candy card tricks like TNR and Color Changing usually require gimmicks to achieve the visualness. What if we are telling you that, our in-house artist, Avi Yap has developed a concept to perform these card tricks without any gimmicks yet they are still insanely visual?
Close Up Linking Rings SILVER by Matthew Garrett
These are the nicest rings money can buy. The best ring routines you will see. This set lets you perform a routine joining 4 rings together.
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. Here you'll learn the secrets behind a series of strikingly visual effects using a familiar object that everyone loves- gum.
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!
Sucker Punch by Mark Southworth
BECAUSE THEY’RE POWERFUL. They’re more powerful than cards, more powerful than coins, and WAY more powerful than ‘random words.’ And NAME GAME is a brilliant, new trick that harnesses this power DIRECTLY and SPECTACULARLY. Seriously, the secret method is unlike anything you’ve ever seen…and it’s KILLER.
Vanishing Inc Masterclass Live Lecture by Mike Pisciotta week 1-3
What, Where, When and Why by Vulpine
A powerful card trick, that's not really a card trick. From the minds of Adam Wilber and Justin Miller.
THE WHAT, WHERE, WHEN & WHY WALLET
A great opener for any strolling environment. This is a visual and surprising routine that's extremely easy to perform and hits the Pack Small Play Big mark.