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Double Exposure

By Asi Wind
Street Magic - Double Exposure

$ 12.00

Double Exposure

A mind-blowing new take on a classic effect. Double Exposure by Asi Wind is a reality altering version of Triumph that happens within a borrowed camera under your spectators complete control.

Performed by David Blaine on national television. For those of you who have seen the most recent special, Real or Magic, you know how powerful this effect is.

There are no gimmicks or special applications needed. 100% impromptu. Just you, a deck of cards, and a borrowed camera are all that's necessary.

In addition to Asi teaching multiple handlings of the trick in great detail you will be able to watch two full-length live performances, with and without commentary, along with a short interview where Asi provides performance tips and more.

Spontaneous and unpredictable, Asi's performances are a roller-coaster for the mind. Combining a free-spirited playfulness with superb skill and a uniquely creative mind, NYC based Corporate Mentalist (mind reader) Asi Wind treats each audience to a truly memorable experience. He is globally hailed by magicians as being one of the few performers in the world to constantly innovate, develop, and perform entirely original material. Indeed, when a magician wants to be fooled, he attends Asi's show. No surprise, then, that a committee of his peers recently presented him with the International Merlin Award for "Most Innovate Show" - an award previously given to David Copperfield, Criss Angel, and Penn & Teller. In addition to being the headliner at New York's longest-running magic show, and the performer of choice at the city's most upscale private events, Asi is frequently asked to invent and design ideas for other magicians worldwide. He is currently one of the main advisors for David Blaine's upcoming television special - a project that, for now, remains secret. Asi Wind was born and raised in Tel Aviv, where he was voted "Best Magician in Israel." He currently resides in New York City, and spends most of his year performing across the globe.

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