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Quarterly (Issue Nº 2)

$40.00

This is the second 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. This issue's collaborators decided to share with the readers essays that will make them think deeply about their magic approach as well as show them other sides of our art. There are no full routines explained, and the one looking to learn the “hot new trick” here will be disappointed. With Quarterly, we would like to encourage people to think about magic and find their own philosophy and voice.

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Limited Edition of 500 copies

 

This is the second 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. This issue’s collaborators decided to share with the readers essays that will make them think deeply about their magic approach as well as show them other sides of our art. There are no full routines explained, and the one looking to learn the “hot new trick” here will be disappointed. With Quarterly, we would like to encourage people to think about magic and find their own philosophy and voice.

 

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 issue is 78 pages long, hand-finished, and personally numbered, and it contains these four essays:

 

Fictional Magic by Roberto Mansilla

 

This article focuses on Gabi Pareras’s conception of magic and, for the first time in print and in English, introduces this new magic approach and the philosophy behind it. Well detailed, Roberto’s article captures the essence of this new line of thought and introduces you to a whole new world of ideas to be explored.

 

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

 

They are back! In this second installment of this amazing written session between two great minds, Denis Behr and Pit Hartling talk about half methods, multi-layered constructions and personal performing experiences. Not only would will have fun reading this, you will learn why the Oktoberfest is great for magic!

 

Contextual Invisibility by Helder Guimarães

 

Focusing on the Invisible Gorilla experiment, this essay discusses the lessons we can apply to magic from that study. Helder Guimarães uses these lessons in a practical discussion of several card and coin magic techniques, illustrating with detailed photos how to structure techniques for maximum invisibility.

 

Pepe Carroll: The Man Who Wanted to Live in Wonderland by Ramón Mayrata

 

Ramón Mayrata kicks off his Quarterly collaborations with a very deep biographical piece on one of the most creative magicians of all time. Learn more about the man behind the amazing 52 Lovers books and his approach to our art from several close friends and how he became an household name in Spain.

 

 

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.

 

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Weight 0.36875 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x .25 in