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.
This issue's cover story features an interview with Randolph Tempest, the comedic persona created by actor, writer and stand-up comic Peter Slater. There's also a reader's letters, including a congratulations to Britain's Got Talent 2016 winner Richard Jones, as well as a review of Sean Alexander's UK tour, plus an article on crowdfunding, and an interview with one of the UK's busiest performers - Mandy Muden.
We gain an insight into Chad Long's inner psyche in the psychiatrist evaluation of Chad Long, and the international masterclass teaches you a very clever triple card revelation effect from the creative mind of Pit Hartling, as well as a comedic production of a wooden shoe tree, from your shoe, taught by Thomas Fraps.
Two articles for beginners are featured; a very useful starter's guide for budding balloon modellers as well as a very useful 7 step guide to getting things right when starting magic.
The Bristol Day of Magic is reviewed and for those interested in new releases, a plethora of new products are reviewed, including Torque, RIP, Symbol, I.D.D. and Flying Colours to name just a few, and as usual, this edition closes with a preview of the next. All this and much, much more in issue 69 of Magicseen.
Issue 69 contents:
- Editor's Letter
- Randolph Tempest
- Live Review - Sean Alexander
- Making Magic With The Masses
- Mandy Muden
- In The Phonebox - Natalie Burn
- On The Psychiatrist's Couch - Chad Long
- Breathe Magic
- Nothing Conventional
- International Masterclass - Germany
- So You Want To Be A... Balloon Modeller
- In The News
- Shout Outs
- Product Reviews
- 7 Things To Get Right When Starting Magic