Expose is a slow and incredibly visual change that is about as close to real magic as you can get. Watch your spectator’s jaws drop as they see a blank corner visually print into another card right in front of their eyes. This is going to leave a lasting impression on every audience. Check out the performance video and see for yourself!
Expose is incredibly easy to perform and each pack comes with a fully-constructed Blue Bicycle Playing Card gimmick to help you get started right away.
Don’t use blue Bicycles? Don’t worry! The included instructional DVD also teaches you how to make your own gimmick with a different card. You’ll be surprised to see how easy the Expose gimmick is to make.
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Justin asks: Will I have to do some arts & crafts? Also, how many performances can I do with what I get in the package?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You get a fully made gimmick (Blue Bicycle gimmick) ready to go—no arts & crafts needed. If you take care of the gimmick, it should last through hundreds of performances. You will need to supply your own cards and corners.
Charles asks: Is this good for someone at a beginning level
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Although this is not difficult, you will need to practice with the gimmick. Beginner's will have to invest time and effort.
Royce asks: I hate when the description of the trick says this is extremely easy to perform and then it turns out not to be at all. So is this really for a beginner to do or not?
- 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Being easy to perform and being suitable for a beginner are two different things I'd say. It is easy to perform. But I think there's probably a whole lot of things I'd recommend first for a beginner. Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help you select some suitable tricks and books.
Ryan asks: How many uses can you get out of the gimmick?
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- 1. Jim answers: If you take care of it, you will get many, many uses.