Torn 2 Pieces by Shawn Farquhar- DVD
Here’s the killer effect Shawn has kept secret for over a decade. It’s the effect Shawn does when he wants to get a client to book him again and again! A real photograph, signed by the spectator, is torn into four pieces. The photo is really torn. Then in an instant all four pieces join together but in the wrong order leaving the spectator with a mismatched photo with their signature! That’s right their signature is on the odd “almost restored” photo.
You get a sample of the photograph, Adobe Photoshop templates that are almost automatic, jpeg’s of additional photo’s already prepared, a stock photo library and a detailed instructional DVD that explains how you can start doing this trick and customize it yourself.
(Please note you will need access to an ink jet/laser printer or a digital photo center to make additional photo’s. To customize this effect you will also need photo manipulation software such as Gimp or Adobe Photoshop)
“Torn 2 Pieces transcends a magic trick and becomes real magic–it alters someone’s reality in a permanent way, and is a timeless effect that I plan to use.” – Joshua Jay
“Torn 2 Pieces is my go-to close-up trick when I really have to impress someone. The gimmick is diabolical, the handling is foolproof and the response from spectators is jaw-dropping! It’s the ultimate magic souvenir.” – Mike Bent
“Melting people’s brains isn’t really my thing… but if it was, I’d perform Torn 2 Pieces.” – Eric Buss
“Torn 2 Pieces is the perfect MIRACLE for any event.” – ICE McDonald
“I’ve performed Torn 2 Pieces with the photo of a CEO of a very big corporation and people could not stop talking about it afterwards! ” – Johan Ståhl
“Torn and restored plots are the crack/cocaine of magic. T2P is top quality Breaking Bad kinda stuff. I’m pretty sure this trick is made in an RV somewhere in the desert. (Translation: It’s damn good!)” -Bizzaro.
“Torn 2 Pieces is in the mind of the spectator with no hopes of repairing any thread of reality after witnessing such an unexpected and personal effect.” – Michael Dardant
“Shawn fooled me badly with his T2P. I’ve made it my close-up opener and have performed it literally thousands of times; most of the time the reaction is so strong that I stop there and it becomes my closer as well.” – Vincent Hedan
“Shawn Farquhar’s Torn 2 Pieces is astonishing, and the epitome of memorable. It’s what magic should be.” – David Regal
” As great as it looks on film, it is even more amazing live and leaves your spectator with an amazing souvenir that traps the moment of magic in time forever.” – Chris Randall
“This is what magic should look like!” – Tony Chris
“Torn 2 Pieces is a really great trick and I wish Shawn would just keep quite about it.” – Stephen Bargatze
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