You start with a 4-times-folded 24x36
inch (61cm x 91.5cm) poster that has 576 unique photographs of public
celebrities - all printed in gorgeous color on a brilliant paper that
is incredibly tear-resistant. You slowly and deliberately unfold and
show every square inch of the printed surface to an audience
participant, who verifies that all 576 shots are different.
he randomly selects one of those icons as his 'secret star'. Only now
do you unfold the full poster so the entire audience can see that the
hundreds of photos are really tiles in a mosaic - becoming a work of art that depicts the participant's 'secret star'!
You can play it straight - as 'subconscious influence' - or as a gag, "Who wants to read his mind?"
- No stooges.
- No pre-show work.
- No sleights.
- No electronics.
- No counting.
- No adding.
- No writing.
- No plastic baggies.
- Nothing to get between you and your audience.
The selection (a force - how else?) is clean, clever, and diabolic - as well as easy, direct, and logical.
Earle spent hundreds of hours creating this digital masterpiece; both
to honor an instantly recognizable star who transcends generations, and
to design a visually intriguing prop to support an engaging routine.
Comes complete with full-color poster, instruction sheet and initial materials needed to start right out of the tube.
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 06 January, 2007.