Netflix has a new magic six-part series called Magic For Humans. The show's star, magician Justin Willman, worked with an audience to help him pull off the trick in this clip. Working together, they make two guys believe they've become invisible, and they really, really do believe they can't be seen. (I was a little worried about the second guy. I think "being invisible" broke his brain.)
“When I was a kid I put a tooth under my pillow, went to sleep, and in the morning there was money there. That tangible evidence was more than enough proof to make me believe in the tooth fairy. To find out how far I could take that premise, I set up a large flash-mob style social experiment all to convince one guy he had turned invisible.” - Justin Willman.
Making your own decisions can be hard work. Often, I turn to my trusty Magic 8 Ball. How have things turned out? “Ask again later.”
Magic lifts the spirits.
Eric Chien’s got some nimble fingers, a shit-ton of showmanship, and a magic trick that’ll blow your mind. The trick is so frigging good that Chien won a 2018 Fism Grand Prix award with it.
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