A duobook on the art of street magic and deception!ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Two authors, essentially two books!Street Magic and the Art of War and The Secret Art Of Dispersion
OUT OF PRINT and HARD TO FIND!Offered here for LOWER than the lowest price we could find elsewhere online!
CONDITION: very good, but no dust jacketYou will receive the exact book in the photo
AUTHOR: Eric Evans and Nowlin CraverPUBLISHED: 2003 by Magic To Laugh ByHardbound, no dust jacket. 284 pages.
From the publisher:The Secret Art of Magic is comprised of two sections, essentially two books: Street Magic & The Art of War and The Secret Art of Dispersion. Separate, yet inextricably linked by the paradigm of ancient war strategy.
Street Magic & The Art of War uses strategies from Sun Tzu's The Art of War to teach the intricacies of street magic- from trick selection, to the pitch, to stopping people, to handling hecklers, to building a crowd, to collecting the hat. Its most profound lessons, however, deal with controlling yourself and your audience- the most critical skill for all performers. Street Magic and The Art of War has been called "THE textbook" for street magic.
The Secret Art of Dispersion provides a framework to understand, assimilate, and implement deception as never before. Using an ancient Chinese manuscript of 36 strategies for deception in warfare, The Secret Art of Dispersion teaches a new and expanded approach to misdirection-dispersion. Based on the military concept of dispersing concentration, it not only encompasses the concept of directing/misdirecting attention, but unifies all the ways magicians control their audience's awareness-not just of what they see, but of what they think about (and conversely, and perhaps more importantly, what they don't think about). While misdirection is usually thought of as a tool just for sleight of hand or manipulation, The Secret Art of Dispersion uses a plethora of examples to show the applications of dispersion with apparatus, illusions, stand-up, doves, mentalism, and children's magic as well.
This is a gently used OUT OF PRINT book.
CONDITION: very good, but no dust jacketAUTHOR: Eric Evans and Nowlin CraverPUBLISHED: 2003 by Magic To Laugh ByHardbound, no dust jacket. 284 pages.
The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site.
Pellentesque de fermentum mollis comodous an loremous
Sign Up for exclusive updates, new arrivals
and insider-only discounts