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 Post subject: Please helpwith naming this trick I am looking for
PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 12:56 am 
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I am looking for the trick where you take a business card and fold it then tear pieces off, at the end you have two pieces linked together. I think Joshua Jay performed it, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Bryon :D


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Is this the trick you're looking for? Conjunction Or you might be looking for One Card Link


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Conjunction by Joshua Quinn is probably what you are looking for. The final artifact of the effect is a beautiful souvenir for the spectator, but it's not exactly the easiest thing in the world to produce. It can't be done with all business cards, and the creation process, while it can be done in front of the spectator, is very time-consuming and easy to screw up.

I think the routine is an Easter Egg on the True Astonishments set, but if you really want to learn it, you're better off getting Quinn's manuscript.


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TheCaffeinator wrote:
Conjunction by Joshua Quinn is probably what you are looking for. The final artifact of the effect is a beautiful souvenir for the spectator, but it's not exactly the easiest thing in the world to produce. It can't be done with all business cards, and the creation process, while it can be done in front of the spectator, is very time-consuming and easy to screw up.

I think the routine is an Easter Egg on the True Astonishments set, but if you really want to learn it, you're better off getting Quinn's manuscript.


The trick looks dumb.


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I don't think Conjunction looks very good either, and yet it is a thing of beauty, method wise...

Joshua Quinn is a genious. I would love to have his book.


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Evanbishop,
Thank you that is the one, Conjunction, thank you very much. Very much appreciated.

Bryon


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