Magic and Mischief

29.95 usd

Book by Andrew Mayne ($29.95)

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Vanishing Inc are proud to be able to offer you Magic & Mischief, the book from Andrew Mayne

Want to produce an iPad from an envelope skewered by pencils? Make a hula-hoop mysteriously float around your body? Perform a stunt with handcuffs that doesn't require any lockpicking skills or hidden keys? Whether you're performing a corporate show or a backyard party, Magic & Mischief is highly visual and extremely original. These are effects from Mayne's personal repertoire he's used around the world.

Along with hundreds of photographs and step-by-step instructions, full performance scripts are included for nearly an hour of material.


Produce an iPad from an envelope skewered with sharpened pencils.

A haunted hula-hoop levitates around your body proving that your childhood invisible friend is real!

Bowling Ball Teleportation:
Make a ten-pound ball shrink and fly through the air to the other side of the stage.

Warranty Violation:
A Russian roulette routine involving a spectator's phone and a cup filled with water with a surprise ending.

Perform a handcuff escape where the goal is two spectators freeing themselves from an awkward and unwanted relationship you inflicted on them.

Titanic Thompson's Tremendous Teeny Tiny Tweezer Challenge:
10,000 BBs magically link together and fly through the air (really!)

Mobius Ring:
Two giant loops of paper link together, trapping a spectator's borrowed ring in between them.

Ghost Writer:
A spectator's thought-of word materializes on blank bookmark.

An audience member predicts the magician's favorite celebrity tweet.

The Unicorn Trick:
Convince your audience they've been graced with the presence of a magical unicorn.

90 pages, 8.5" by 8.5" perfect bound and filled with photographs.

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