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Quarterly (Issue Nº 1)

$40.00

Limited Edition of 500 copies. This is the first issue of our magazine Quarterly, a publication aimed at all serious students of magic who would like to keep pursuing new approaches, new ideas, and find new visions for performing and creating magic. Our Quarterly collaborators decided to share with the readers essays that will make them think, question what they already know, and push them into new artistic challenges and different visions for magic, as well as analyze other aspects of our art. The one looking to learn “tricks” here will be disappointed, but the one seeking magic wisdom and in-depth analysis will be delighted.

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Limited Edition of 500 copies

 

This is the first issue of our magazine Quarterly, a publication aimed at all serious students of magic who would like to keep pursuing new approaches, new ideas, and find new visions for performing and creating magic. Our Quarterly collaborators decided to share with the readers essays that will make them think, question what they already know, and push them into new artistic challenges and different visions for magic, as well as analyze other aspects of our art. The one looking to learn “tricks” here will be disappointed, but the one seeking magic wisdom and in-depth analysis will be delighted.

 

All the articles in Quarterly are being published for the first time in English, and most of them are completely original and brand new. Setting it apart from other magazines, Quarterly doesn’t have any ads or publicity, ensuring it is all real content. We will not overuse pages with images, unless they add to the article content. Printed on FSC certified and eco-friendly paper, this first issue is 60 pages long, hand-finished, and personally numbered, and it contains these essays:

 

Broken Bough by Jared Kopf

 

Take a journey with Jared Kopf through magic’s deepest meaning and what we have lost in making magic more accessible and less important. His insights will make you take a look at your approach to our art.

 

Winding the Time Machine by Helder Guimarães

 

Follow Helder’s analyses of Steve Freeman’s Time Machine and discover all the hidden or seemingly unimportant details that make this piece a modern classic and one of the most beautiful small miracles you can perform.

 

Beer, Card Tricks and Orange Juice by Denis Behr and Pit Hartling

 

A written session between two of the greatest card magicians in the world. Denis Behr and Pit Hartling jump from place to place, bringing you useful, deep and practical information that will make you want to start thinking differently about magic.

 

René Lavand: The Image of an Artist by Roberto Mansilla

 

What makes a magician look like an artist? Roberto’s deep analysis of René Lavand decisions will change your vision of what a magician can be and will show how many small decisions create a very solid impression of a real personality.

 

Taking a Design Approach to Magic by Stephen Thompson

 

Stephen Thompson, normally a name in magic working in the shadows, jumps to the spotlight to show us his vision of how one can create his own magic using a design approach as a tool. Don’t miss this opportunity!

 

 

For every purchase of this issue of Quarterly, we will be donating 15% of the profit to Developing Minds Foundation, an educational non-profit institution.

 

At Half Half Man, we care about final the destination of our products, and we want you to feel that. Every item in our store is carefully personalized with the owner’s name and individually numbered for that purpose. Please make sure during checkout to enter the correct owner’s information because we will use it in the final product. If you’re offering this as a gift to someone else, please enter the recipient’s name in the section “Product Owner.”

Additional Information
Weight 0.28125 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x .167 in