Visually stunning and
technically sound, Nigel Harrison's Resurrxion" is sure to become a
staple in the world of 'one piece at a time' torn & restored card
Here's the effect:
A card is selected and
signed by the spectator, then torn into four pieces. Simply by touching
the pieces together, each is visibly "fused" to another, one piece at a
time, until the card is restored. Sounds typical, right? It's not; here
is what makes resurrxion so special; each and every piece is shown, very
openly, front and back before and after each restoration, throughout
the entire routine.
- When the pieces are counted, there really are four separate pieces (no fans).
- Each piece really is shown front and back (no special moves)
- No duplicate signatures are used, just the spectator's and it is in-play throughout the entire routine.
- No glue, tape or magnets (ha ha ha). Just knuckle-busting magic.
Each stage of the effect is broken-down and thoroughly explained via detailed video clips