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Pip Art Review

Official Review

February 6th, 2004 3:21pm
Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
I have a bit of an advantage since Dan did this for me a week or two after it was released. I've seen it in the hands of the creator, not some hack behind the magic counter.

This is a strange bit of magic with a surprise ending that can be done by almost anyone. In fact, the booklet explains three different versions: a basic version using the cross-cut force and a double lift, a "moderate skill" version with a few more easy moves, and an "expert handling" for those that can handle a classic force and a top change.

In addition, Dan provides the reader with a number of variations for those that want to experiment a bit more with the card. In many ways, this is a utility prop and the possibilities are only limited by the performer's imagination.

Product info for Pip Art

Author: Harlan, Dan
Publisher: Murphy's Magic Supply
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $9.95
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Manufacturer's Description:

A spectator's chosen card is lost in the deck. Instead of finding the card (any magician could do that), the pips on another card are moved to create an image of the selection!

This amazing souvenir card may be fully examined-the pips don't move!

Comes complete with the necessary, specially-printed Bicycle card and detailed, fully-illustrated 12-page instruction booklet.

Available from your favorite magic dealer.

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