It's new! It's refreshing! It's Colorful! It's IMPOSSIBLE!
Paradox sends their minds on holiday! Just imagine:
The spectator holds a
sealed envelope. A card, freely selected, is signed and shuffled back into the
pack. The envelope is opened to reveal a brilliantly colored, beautifully
illustrated greeting card! It's hinged open and out leaps a colorful 3D scene in
which a smaller envelope "pops up"! Her brain melts when she removes the
contents herself and discovers her own, SIGNED CARD!
This new diabolical
take on the "impossible location" features:
A perfect finale for any signed card routine!
professional quality, precision made and assembled with care!
No reset or
get ready -- always ready to perform -- anytime, anywhere!
simplicity allows you to focus on presentation!
Do it completely
A real reputation maker! Finally, a
card-to-impossible-location needing no preparation, wallet, palming, swapping,
folding, hiding, jackets, pockets or lemons! Fun to perform!
comes in two colorful versions, creating their own possibilities for patter and
presentation. "The Magician" is classically magical with built in humor, and
"The Guru" borders on the mystical for a cosmic journey. Let the evening mood
decide which you will use! Never has a greeting card been so
Expect the highest quality from Shufton
"...I think this could be the next
-Derek Merdinyan, (2007, May).
"...WOW!!!! This is a fantastic novel idea with an ingenious
design!...It is very smart and different...This one is sure to blow away your
-Ning (2007, April). Magic Product Reviews
the cleverest props I've come across in a long time... This seems absolutely
- David Regal, review in Genii Magazine
"3D Paradox... is
one of the best, easiest, and attractive impossible location tricks to hit the
market in a long time. To call it "different" is an understatement -- this is
good, fun stuff!" "Shufton makes the best, most practical magic with the
simplest, most workable solutions to absolutely floor specatators. 3D Paradox
just continues to keep me a fan of his." "No matter how you look at it, this is
a great piece of work. If you're looking for a great, compact and painless
impossible location for a signed playing card, you don't have to look any
further than 3D Paradox."
-Shane, review in Online Visions Magazine