Unreal Cups and Balls (Mini) by Jimmy Fan
Speaking of Cups and Balls magic, it is an ancient magic that can be traced back thousands of years ago.
With Mental Bell by JL Magic make a bell mysteriously ring with the power of your mind.
You can even be standing across the stage or room.
So many uses!
The companion video to Whit Haydn's and Chef Anton's Notes on the Fast and Loose includes live performances by Chef and Whit and detailed explanations with shots from both the audience's and performer's point of view.
Pinnacle by Russ Niedzwiecki
"I don’t do many rubber band tricks, but Pinnacle is too good not to do. The moments of magic are clean, clear and truly astonishing. Pinnacle is one of the best penetration effects out there." - Cameron Francis
Unseen Forces by TCC
It is a levitation device.
We wanted to create a really good levitation system, that is easy for you to carry around.
Thin Air by Ignacio Lopez
Quicky and easily produce, vanish or switch objects with this powerful utility device from Ignacio Lopez and Vanishing Inc.
The Weiser Wallet by Danny Weiser
THE HIMBER WALLET RE-INVENTED with a brand new INSTANT FLASH feature.
Danny Weiser has taken the large-style Himber wallet and given it a fresh and new feel.
Instant Origami by Bachi Ortiz
A piece of paper written with the word "bird" is placed inside a glass bottle. When shaken, the paper takes the shape of an origami dove. Uncovered, fully in sight !!!
Insta Square by Martin Lewis
A visual and instant Magic Square. This isn’t math, it’s magic!
Imagine this, you pull out a pocket notebook with a blank grid and ask someone to call out a number. With just a quick magical gesture,
Magic Mirror by Ziv
The magician shows the audience a small drawing board and asks an audience member to draw a magic hat on the small drawing board. The audience member then chooses a card. The spectator uses his mobile phone to take a picture of the small drawing board. When the spectator views the photo, they are astonished to discover that a card now appears above the magic hat in the photo - it's their selected card! You can let the audience draw any pattern on the art board, and you can set whatever you want to predict.