A special collection of one-of-a-kind, limited edition Devil's Hank pocket squares inspired by classic Golden Age of Magic posters. Get one or collect them all!
Lee Alex has built a reputation for creating some of the best Devil's Handkerchiefs in the industry. Now, he has created a limited edition release that is both a practical tool and a work of art.
Each "Pocket Devil" set come with one (1) Devil's Hank and one (1) ungimmicked pocket square. Both measure 13in x 13in (34cm x 34cm) and feature a custom-made design that offers two distinct looks based on how its folded.
The Devil's Hank version features Lee Alex's signature easy-locate studs that help make managing the pocket easier than ever. Using a Devil's Hank as a pocket square is one of the most elegant and organic ways to add the prop into your set. The regular pocket square can be worn as normal in your breast pocket or you can frame it as a work of art for your magic room or office.
Only 99 of each design were every produced. A individually-hand numbered collector's card with information about the original artwork is included with each set.
"You are creating super elegant magic that will become timeless collectors items. Your creations are more than just great magic accessories... They are beautiful pieces of fashion accessory" Jeff McBride
Alexander (Green Stripes)
Inspired by "Alexander - The Man Who Knows" lithographed poster from the 1920s, this "Pocket Devil" features a "green stripe" background, feather adornment from Alexander's famous turban and a series of question marks representing questions asked by thousands of curious audience members during the relatively short career of Claude Alexander Conlin—which also saw him become one of the highest paid entertainers of the era.
Thurston (Million Dollar Mystery)
The original poster printed by Otis Lithograph Company for Howard Thurston's version of the "Million Dollar Mystery" is the inspiration for this vibrant, quirky "Pocket Devil". Are you daring enough to sport this beautiful and bold accessory?
Houdini (His Own Original Invention)
Inspired by a 1916 lithographed poster called "Houdini - His Own Original Invention", this "Pocket Devil" shows a blue "splash" from the top of the "Torture Cell" as Houdini was shackled and lowered in. This is one of the bolder and darker offerings in the collection.
Kellar (The Golden Butterfly)
Kellar's 1906 poster for "The Golden Butterfly" is arguably his most iconic. This "Pocket Devil" celebrating the illusion incorporates the colors and elements of the Art Nouveau poster. It's a lively, bright accessory for any conjurer.