Lewis Le Val – Des Fleurs (Of The Flowers)
In this exclusive ebook, you will find two of Le Val’s pet favourite routines, and one incredibly useful tool that he has used for years and not told anyone about! This is Des Fleurs.
The ebook begins with a short but thought provoking essay on how we perceive “method” in mentalism, and how much of a method can we dispose of, whilst still retaining the original, intended effect with all the impact.
Diary Of A Travelling Man
This is an UNMISSABLE publication. It is well written and will not only give you some incredible routines with amazing presentations and killer effects, all of this stuff uses minimal props. You could do everything in this book at a gig, wearing just trousers and a shirt. No jacket required to house a million items! As some of these effects use playing cards, it’s perfect for the modern mentalist, the magician getting more into mentalism, the cartomancer or the seasoned professional looking for impromptu demonstrations they can perform anywhere. Download Link »
“The Neat Review” has landed. Exclusively through Vanishing Inc. It’s called a “journal”, but it’s really a book. An exquisite, beautiful perfect bound 192 page book with an embossed linen cover.
What is “The Neat Review“?
“The Neat Review” is unusual. Each edition will be set in a different city around the world. Issue One, is set in London. There will be names you’re familiar with, like Derren Brown. Names you should be familiar with, like underground card legend Justin Higham. Names you might know from association with other magicians, like long time Derren Brown co-writer, Stephen Long (Hector
The story deck is a classic demonstration in card magic. It has stood the test of time. From the famous Sam The Bellhop (brought to life by Bill Malone’s rendition) to story decks from memorized stacks, the plot has become a classic, yet underused idea in magic.
Unlike other story decks though, Luke Jermay doesn’t just provide a story. Here he provides new concepts. He provides all the insight into presenting the story deck to a modern audience.
Including fresh new presentational points, a presentation especially designed for mentalists and a new approach to shuffling the deck during the story being told. This is a new way to tell a story
Granica Ediciones, 1988