DeLorian is a show stopping 'Signed Card to Impossible Location' effect that can be performed at any time during your act with any freely selected card! And, it's just as easy to do as it is absolutely stunning!
The DeLorian gimmick allows you to apparently remove a folded card from under the cellophane of the card case in a natural and completely deceptive way. There's no awkward gaffs or suspicious moves - the illusion of the card coming from the cellophane is clean and clear and at the end of the effect everything may be thoroughly examined - there is nothing to find!
Effect: A spectator freely selects a card and signs their name across the face. The magician takes the card and demonstrates how certain magic effects can create the impression that time itself is being manipulated. Time and again, the signed card seems to jump suddenly back in time into places and positions it was seen just moments before. Finally, the spectator shuffles their signed card back into the deck but when they look through the cards they find it is gone! The magician draws attention to the card case which has been in full view throughout the entire effect and which you haven't been near. Under the cellophane on the front of the case is a folded playing card. This card is cleanly removed and handed to a spectator who unfolds it to discover it is none other than their signed card and everything can be examined.
The DeLorian will walk you step by step through the entire DeLorian routine, leaving no stone unturned. Everything you need to know is covered in detail - every move and sleight including the brilliant Mercury Card Fold (a method of secretly folding a card in quarters) is fully explained. The gimmicks take only minutes to create then you're good to go, again and again.
DeLorian combines simple gimmicks with a totally convincing optical illusion, arming the modern magician with a completely organic yet mind numbing 'Signed Card to Impossible Location' effect!
"A fun trick with a novel presentation and an intriguing method. You've proved that a good trick is all in the details!" Andi Gladwin
"Great trick! The DeLorian finish is excellent thinking - it looks very convincing. But, I like the whole routine - really good presentation." Peter Duffie