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It’s this simple:
you vanish a pen WHILE THE SPECTATOR HOLDS IT.
Doing magic with pens has built-in appeal, since everyone carries them, you can borrow them anywhere, and they are uniformly recognized. How AMAZING it is, then, when you can take a pen and wrap it in a napkin. The spectator holds the napkin with the pen VISIBLY dangling beneath. You clap your hands together and…instantly…the pen disappears. This is a practical, astounding illusion with the simplest of objects.
“I like the idea of vanishing an ordinary object such as a pen. And when the gimmick looks this good, this one is worth checking out and performing.”
Wayne Kawamoto, Magic & Illusion 3/12/2013
“This is Will Tsai’s answer to The Vanishing Bottle. The basic effect is you can use the pen to write during your close-up show, and whenever you want to vanish it, you can make it disappear. In the routine on the DVD it is placed between a napkin and instantly squashed, then ends up in his pocket. It’s a very basic routine but has impact. The pen is made from durable material that will last, and will bounce back to it’s original shape. You are supplied with two pens. One is a regular pen that you can use throughout the performance and switch, or use to produce once the pen has vanished. You also get the gimmick pen which can also write. This is a strong feature because moments before the vanish you can actually write with it. The DVD teaches some simple methods to vanish the pen but with a little thinking you could create some strong routines. One idea would be to use it for some kind of ‘smashed’ routine where the pen is in a stand and you place a small envelope or bag over it. You also show three or four other bags on the table. The spectator can choose any bag and you ‘smash’ it proving the pen is not in there. The last bag standing is the bag with the pen inside. There are lots of potential routines waiting to be discovered with this gimmick. If you need to replace the pen nib then that is easy to do with a bit of rubber cement. This should last a very long time and something you could carry with you at all times.
Paul Romhany, *Reviews Vanish Magazine 1/1/2014