Justin Flom's Card Artistry took the magic world by storm: millions of Youtube views, a performance on Ellen, and thousands of magicians enthusiastically using the routine in their performances.
Now Justin is back with a BRAND NEW VERSION that looks even more amazing: Card Artistry 2.
In this version, a...
Luke Dancy and David Regal have joined forces once again to present some of the most eye-popping, astonishing card magic ever developed, using an extremely versatile, and DECEPTIVELY SIMPLE TECHNIQUE.
From the artistic mind of Shin Lim comes a limited Edition deck of cards that was designed for magicians and flourishers alike.
Aside from the striking back design and Shin's custom finish, the Wrath Deck includes a secret hidden one way back design (which once you know how it works, can be a deadly weapon). In addition,...
Color Drop is a perfect walkaround trick:
The Perfect Card at ANY Number, 100% CORRECT Everytime! NO Force!
Are you looking for the perfect card/mentalism effect.
Excellent for walk round, strolling, close up & restaurants.
This effect never fails to stun an audience. Magician asks a spectator to think of any card and call it out. A deck of cards is removed from its case and spread face down until one face up card is seen. It is the selected card! But Wait! The card is turned over and it has a different color back than the rest of the deck.
THE NEW GIANT INVISIBLE DECK with online teaching.
These decks are precision made to perform the Invisible Deck Illusion.
Any card is thought of by a spectator and it will magically appear face down in the face up deck.
Air cushion finish in jumbo size. Secret ingredient perfectly applied for consistent/precision...
A legendary brand of playing cards known across the globe for their style, prestige and excellence.
"Instead of releasing just another edition, we've reproduced the entire set combining everything we know about printing cards - over five years of experience. It has been our greatest undertaking to date and we couldn't be more...
The spectator selects a card from a deck of numbered cards.
The magician then deals out four hands of cards and asks the spectator to guess which hand adds up to the same number he has chosen.?Incredibly, the spectator is correct. The chosen hand does add up to his selected number. But that's not all. Each of the other three hands...
An ingenious gimmick that turns ANY normal wallet (with at least one credit card slot) into a 'Signed Card To Wallet' utility.
The Wallet Transformer allows you to show a single playing card tucked inside your wallet. In the cleanest manner imaginable you pull the card out to show that it is the SIGNED card belonging to your...
An effect that will be remembered by your audience.
A spectator selects a card, tears it in pieces and keeps one of them for himself. The magician burns/vanishes the remaining pieces and shows a perfectly well closed can. The can and a can opener are given to a second spectator. This spectator opens the can only to find a card...
This is by far the nicest Card To Wallet we have ever seen.
This entire wallet has been built from the ground up just for this trick. It is not a store-bought wallet that has been modified for magic.
The first thing you will notice is the quality of the leather. The wallet is soft and thin. So comfortable to carry you won't...
Finally Released On DVD!
This will be one of your favorite tricks to perform!
In The Hands Wildcard Effect that makes sense to real-world audiences. Garrett Thomas' Stand Up Monte includes eight or more transpositions or transformations.
Draw them in with an intriguing story about games,...
DAVE FORREST'S 'DAMAGE' - THE ESSENCE OF T&R!
Effect: A card is selected and signed. You tear a large section of the card - it is damaged beyond repair. Or is it?
You slowly begin to heal the card. Pressing the torn section back into place, it appears to fuse back together! It still clearly bears damage but seems...
Chris Congreave's take on the diary effect is an absolute killer! His self-working approach combines the classic diary effect with a card at any number plot.
365 Is a commercial, entertaining performance piece and ideal for close up parlour or stage.
Just set up your own diary and you're ready to go.
A Breath of Life!
You have a spectator freely select any card. He returns it to the deck and shuffles the cards.
The spectator is then instructed to retrieve an envelope in another location. The selected card is revealed in the envelope by a message that can include the spectator's name.
A second card is selected and is revealed inside...
A direct, devious method for the classic Cards Across plot.
Two spectators select a card - mentally - from a packet of ten. Without any questions, sleights, or monkey business, both cards vanish from the packet completely, and travel to another packet which has been in plain sight from the get-go.
Any cards can...
A story is told about a fortuneteller. As the mage tells his story he illustrates it using old tarot cards. Regardless of the choices made, one always meets death. However death is the better option than who he truly meets in the end. The surprising revelation will leave your audience gasping.
This piece of bizarre magic can be performed...
Its finally here, the cleanest most visual Triumph yet. The spectator removes a card, remembers it and places it back. As in the classic triumph the cards are shuffled cleanly face-up into face-down. Instantly the cards are spread to reveal that all but one of the cards has rearranged themselves. Only one card is left face down (building...
Four blank cards are counted onto the spectator's hand. Pictures of spider webs appear and disappear from the faces of the cards. At the end the spectator is asked to wave his hands over the cards. As he does, he discovers a large realistic spider on the back of his hand. Possibly the most terrifying card trick in the world!
The performer shows an envelope he says contains a prediction. This envelope is left on the table the ENTIRE time. The spectator shuffles and cuts his own deck and with obvious freedom selects a card.
Upon looking in the envelope, you show a picture of a '52 on 1' card and point to their card. Then you turn the single '52...
A playing card is selected from the deck. The card is shown front and back before being placed in the magician's outstretched palm. Upon the magician's command, the card begins to float above the hand. The magician then pushes the card back down onto his hand. Finally, he hands the selected card out for examination.
Classic Humorous Mind-Reading Cards
The classic Baby Routine, 52-Card Prediction, Price Code Gag, "No" Card, "Your Name" bit, and more!
For close-up magicians, this is a portable version of all the well-known comedy mind reading cards normally seen onstage.
Now you can perform them close-up, thanks to this great...
Four Cards of the same value are shown.
One at a time they are counted and each time the cards are spread.
One of the cards is shown turned face down among the other face - up cards.
Finally the back of all the cards have changed into a colorful assortment of varying designs.