At Vanishing Inc., we have always sought to curate products which love. They must be unique, of a high quality and different. Magicseen Magazine is exactly that and we are thrilled to announce an exclusive partnership with them.
Published in England, Magicseen is COMPLETELY different to any of its competitors. The modern ‘glossy’ format and lighthearted approach makes it ideal to pick up at any time. There is a wonderful combination of feature length articles, short columns, reviews, tricks and more. In recent years, the ‘Masterclass’ section has garnered a lot attention due to the quality of the tricks featured there and with the international contributors which it is able to boast, it is no wonder why!
We believe that this digital format is the perfect way to enjoy Magicseen. You can read it on your phone, iPad or tablet, anywhere in the world, at any time. With issues published on a bi-monthly basis, you will have plenty of time to read and absorb the articles at your leisure while benefitting from outward-looking, international style which Magicseen offers.
R. Paul Wilson, the softly spoken and laid-back Scottish magician and professional scam-artist graces the front cover of issue 27 of Magicseen, and talks to Graham Hey about his life in magic and much, much more. We also find out more of Henry Vargas, the Brazilian young magician, after he'd won second place in general magic at the Latin American Federation of the Magical Societies (FLASOMA) in Peru.
In a special feature 'Flying Ring', Mark Leveridge takes a look at the staple of most close up performers, the vanishing ring. As well as looking at the effect, there's a look at commercially available products, from DVDs through to gimmicked key wallets.
The 'Bruce Lee' of card magic and only Chinese magician to be sponsored by the US Playing Card Company, Zenneth Kok, talks to Magicseen about his magic, new DVD and his life outside of magic. Part 2 of the 'Keith Barry Talks' interview is continued from issue 26 and this issue's masterclass features contributions from Alexander Allen and Nicholas Clement.
As usual a number of new products are also reviewed, including Superstition, Bug-O-Me, The Portal, Killer Gaft Magic DVD, Surefire, Copper Silver Extreme and many more. All this and much, much more in issue 27 of Magicseen.
Issue 27 contents:
- The Flying Ring
- Henry Vargas
- The Bookshelf
- Ian Keable
- R. Paul Wilson
- The Magic of Vegas
- Zenneth Kok
- Keith Barry (part 2)
- Hans Klok
- Think Tank