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MagicMichealMan
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Which in your eyes is the better overall illusion? Peter's Twist Off or the classic Modern Art? Those are the only two I can think of that do basically the same effect....maybe there is another????

Your opinion....

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Which one is Peter's Twist Off?

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MagicMichealMan
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Peter Loughran- http://www.masterofillusions.ca

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Modern Art by far.

Thanks,
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Ditto
Blair Marshall
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Modern Art, and if you want to do a "bare naked" version, go back to Jim's book and do it the way it was done on Doug's T.V. special, no twist, but no upper box either!

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First time in history of the Café everybody agreed on something. In this case: Modern Art. WOW!!

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LOL

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I still performe the Modern Art in my magic routine and I always have a great response from the audience. Owen Redwine build me this prop many years ago.

From my long experience with this prop I tell to all magicians that it is a very good choice if you pretend to buy one.

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We always do the Modern Art and it gets the most talk. My wife does a lot of expressions which really adds to the effect. She wears fishnet stockings and it looks great. I touch her foot and her leg gerks a little. The audience loves it.
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I used to own a modern art. And it was built by owen redwine. He is the best.

I got a few pointers in case you are interested.
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Reynold
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MODERN ART !!
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MODERN ART
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MODERN ART......

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Modern Art, hands down.
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Modern Art is a "new classic"
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One of the better "perform anywhere" illusions.

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