Magic, lies, and deception


6 Responses to “Magic, lies, and deception”

  1. Wait a minute. I’m a magician! I do make things disappear! 

  2. godfathersoul says:

    Very cool. Very beautiful. 

    “Art is deception that creates real emotion.” I appreciate that. And, yes, that’s magic – in paintings, movies, books, music, architecture – anything – if it can deceive us long enough, enough to deceive the powerful disbelief we all have, drop us into a child state of wonder, then we DO experience something magical. Even if it’s just joy or laughter or excitement.

  3. absimiliard says:

    Very neat.

    -abs is pretty sure that this is just as much “magic” as any regular sleight of hand

  4. dcorbett says:

    His timing and message combined were both incredible.  I cannot imagine how long it took to design, create, practice and polish this piece.  Wow…

  5. social_maladroit says:

    I really enjoyed that — it was very nicely done. Thanks for the post.

  6. “Art was the greatest deception of all” Imagine selling Jackson Pollock’s paintings for millions of dollars.

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