Dominique Duvivier's magic... in full transparency!
Dominique Duvivier's famous trick "Les Cartes à la Poche" (Cards in the Pocket) offers you the ultimate transposition: The cards are signed, no palms, no duplicate cards!
The "Transparent Jacket" brings this type of effect to an unequalled level!
Bonus: a simplified version of this wonderful trick.
We also offer routines with different predictions, ropes, and lots of ideas for both close up and stage.
The tricks and ideas are proposed by Dominique and Alexandra Duvivier, but also Paul Gertner, Gaëtan Bloom and Quoc Tien Tran.
Each of you will find his account, whether you are a beginner or an advanced magician!
You will be able to create your own effects by yourself, so rich in possibilities is this accessory.
The "Transparent Jacket" is supplied with a DVD of explanations (in French and English).
What they think :
Dominique is a master of subtlety and psychology. His mind allows him to see things with a different perspective, this particular inner sense that we find in the conception of the "Transparent Jacket".
Dominique proves once again that the way to perfection is not to always add layers, but rather to "peel off" layers, which he has done with the "Transparent Jacket".
Joe Stevens - Stevens' Magic Emporium
One of my greatest memories is witnessing Tony Slydini's performance in our own parlour; he worked miracles right under my nose, he devastated my friends, he completely enchanted them, as I myself was. I can't help but think how well the "Transparent Jacket" would have fit in this context!
(...) Why is it a big deal?
The basic effect is already just devastating, but the addition of the Transparent Jacket pushes the envelope even further - because The Cards are always in full view.
Dominique and her talented colleagues Alexandra Duvivier, Gaëtan Bloom, Paul Gertner and Quoc Tien Tran have created effects that are accessible to all of us, regardless of our technical level!
(...) "I can't go any slower...", wasn't that one of René Lavand's most famous lines? This effect, the "Transparent Jacket", makes me think furiously of this famous formula!
(...) The famous Dominique Duvivier offers you the ultimate transposition: The cards are signed, no palms, no duplicate cards, all the cards are always in full view! The "Transparent Jacket" makes Dominique's trick even more amazing!
Bonus: "Open Prediction" by Quoc Tien Tran. This complete act using The Transparent Jacket is exceptionally well thought out. It is a great lesson in how to maximize magical material.
Mark Stevens - Stevens' Magic Emporium
Another devastating idea... I'm buying!
(...) The jacket is made of sheer fabric (as you can see in the teaser).
It has a standard size and will fit, I think, 80% of people.
But, if you are taller than 1,90 cm and over 100 Kg, you will have to think about adapting it...
The finishing is correct; even if the fabric is light and transparent, the pockets are well sewn and the seams perfect.
(...) You will find a total of 6 routines (3 presented by Dominique, 2 by Quoc Tien, and the last one by Alexandra).
Gaëtan Bloom also offers some nice ideas, especially to motivate the effect. That said, for the most part, he doesn't really use the jacket but rather the transparent material.
Paul Gertner also presents a pretty devastating idea with the use of this jacket, with a few extra tinkerings.
Dominique Duvivier presents 3 routines including his famous "Card in the pocket" trick which is even more reinforced by the use of this jacket in the eyes of the neophyte spectators.
The 2nd and 3rd "Walking Prediction" routines (2 versions) are 2 prediction routines with the cards visible from the start in the pockets. Two routines more oriented, in my opinion, for magicians.
Quoc Tien presents us with 2 routines that provide great ideas for the use of this jacket:
First, thanks to the transparent pockets, he completely revisits "Open Prediction". I really liked it, but I can't tell you more for fear of spoiling the effect.
Secondly, he presents the "Blind Man" routine which is superb in its staging; it is quite unusual and reminds us of the famous Tommy Wonder routine.
Alexandra presents "Living Prediction" by Dominique Duvivier: very easy, super mega effective and very well thought out. Alexandra manages to baffle the spectators but also the magicians.
A real treat! This routine takes up the idea of the jacket because you will end up with blank cards...
(...) Much more than an easy transparent jacket, in my opinion, this is a real concept and above all, a completely playful and unusual product.
From the beginning, when I saw this article, I had ideas of presentation and use.
(...) It allows you to present your card routine to the pocket. Plus, hundreds of other possibilities can also be found with a little imagination.
(...) This jacket is an unusual object and I think that it is a tool capable of amusing, even lightening our show. So I think it's really interesting because people want to have a good time when they watch us perform, they want to have fun and they'll quickly find something to do with my outjogged outfit.
(...) I just tested this product in real conditions, during a close up show,
I found the motivation to take out this jacket to present my card routine and I can tell you that after my show many spectators told me about this number.
Also, being very compact, I was able to take it out of a small trunk that also contained the deck of cards.
(...) This jacket is certainly an original product that allows a lot of things; not only on the card magic level, but also in children's shows for example, it allows you to add to your routines...
The fact that it is light allows it to be stored in a small box or in a jacket pocket.
The DVD gives some great routines and many ideas for presentation.
Saw live at the Double Fond the "cards in the pocket" routine with this absolutely brilliant concept that totally changes the dimension of the effect. The idea of the transparent jacket is superb and gives a plus to the effects done with pockets.
It's a pleasant surprise to see that this concept is accessible to everyone from now on, and, moreover, with lots of different effects and ideas.
Dominique will always surprise me :-)
Anthony, from Nancy
I'm excited about this!
I really want to know more about it.
Can't wait for December 1st.
Excellent idea, bravo
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