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Price is steep but man I want this for my wall! I'll have to wait for xmas but I may cave sooner!


Tim Hill is a wonderful friend of Vanishing Inc. and we are really proud to offer his Magic Poster. This wonderful piece of craftsmanship not only looks beautiful but it will amaze and intrigue anyone who looks at it. And that's before it does anything!

This iconic poster, Alexander “The Man Who Knows” will be a welcome addition to any magic enthusiasts wall. Whether in your home, office or on stage this poster transforms from art to magic when Alexander’s eyes begin to move as if he is looking around the room. In addition, a playing card or message of your choice can appear from beneath his turban. Card and eye movement controlled via remote.

Full color framed poster (Print size 14" x 28")
Eyes move randomly back and forth under the control of a remote trigger.
Manual remote control mode allows for manual control of the eyes movement.
Message appears on Alexander's forehead under the control of remote trigger (Message dimensions 2.5" x 1.125")
Comes complete with transmitter and ankle straps for hands free operation.
Powered by 8 AA batteries (not included).
Power jack enabled. (Power transformer is an extra).
Sleep mode allows for conservation of battery power.
Easily change the message that you would like to make appear on Alexander's forehead
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Looks like an update to the Wireless Wizardry version - http://www.ceswebsite.com/catalog/magic/poster/index.html
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This kind of effect is very good for people that entertain parties in their home regularly. This work of art should defiantly be insured because of the price, $995.00.
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With all the optional bells and whistles it's closer to $1300.00.
But man, would love to have it hanging on my wall.
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It is pretty cool.
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I've seen this displayed and demonstrated at Magi-Fest last year. It is as good as described. I can't afford it, but I was sooooo tempted just to throw down the plastic to have it hanging in my house, waiting for the right person to ask about it, and then I would of course lead them, straight down the garden path.
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Would be so cool to have this. Maybe one day.
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This looks great! I'd be interested to hear some reviews!

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I just finished a magic bar at my house I have a the posters & goodies !! Looks like the magic Castle . I have the alexander Knows poster as well If I had the money I would love to get this !!! Maybe I will go the poor mans way spring the deck towards the poster & the card appears on the back of the Poster ( torn Corner ) !
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I have this and it is very well made and looks great in my office
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On Nov 1, 2016, MagicMark502 wrote:
I have this and it is very well made and looks great in my office

You must have an awesome office! Smile
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I try. Smile
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