David Blaine Magician and his tricks are here so you can learn some cool tricks that this famous magician can do.
The secret to be a great Magician like David Blaine is to not tell a soul secret and method of the magic tricks. This is a guide on how to be like him and be a great magician.
David Blaine is an amazing magician and he was born April 4th 1973. He is well known as a magician and an illusionist all over the world. He also is known as and Endurance Artist like Harry Houdini.
He has a amazing amount of world records under his belt and people all over the world watch his shows.
Below we have great magic tricks that will help you in learning his style of magic. remember that learning the secrets and keeping them is all part of being a great Magician. Keep the secrets to yourself. And Practice them until you can do it properly.
This section will bring you to a knowledge of magic that you can develop into your very own style
Learn his cool magic tricks below.
His show Street Magic is known as the best TV Magic show ever produced. His style has revolutionised TV magic He is know for focusing on the spectators reactions.
Blaine's first television special, David Blaine: Street Magic aired on May 19, 1997, In american on the NBC Network.
Penn Jillette of Penn and Teller said "It really, really does break new ground."
When Blaine was asked about his performance style, Blaine explained, “I'd like to bring magic back to the place it used to be 100 years ago.” an american magazine "Time" commented, "his deceptively low-key, ultracool manner leaves spectators more amazed than if he'd razzle-dazzled."
Magic Man was his next Television show and Blaine is shown traveling across America entertaining unsuspecting people of Atlantic City and Compton, Dallas. Also at, New York City, the Mojave Desert and San Fransisco.
This was all recorded by a small crew with handheld cameras. Jon Racherbaumer shared his thoughts: "Make no mistake about it, the focus of this show, boys and girls, is not Blaine. It is really about theatrical proxemics; about the show-within-a-show and the spontaneous, visceral reactions of people being astonished."
The Newspaper USA Today shared in their print that Blaine was the "hottest name in magic right now".
David Blaine Magician of the magicians.
David Blaine's magic is in the complete showmanship of a magician and it is how the tricks are performed. Blaine will always try to focus on entertaining the crowd to a point that they get completely taken in to a point of mystery and illusion.
And with all of David Blaine's tricks you must never reveal them to anyone but keep the secret to yourself so no one can know the secret.
Magicians always subscribe to the Magicians Oath and we hope you remember that giving away the secret is not the best way to keep it secret.
We have lots of information on David Blaine magician and his blow away magic on the site. I expect that many people would love to be a great as Blaine but it takes a lot of time, practice and amazing showmanship to be as good as the master himself. Why not check out our articles on showmanship here in our article page
Blaine shocked the whole world with an amazing feat. It was an old trick that he enjoyed watching from an old magician called Hadji Ali where he was able to regurgitate water like an old magician. why not read out biography of this trick here. Click here to read the article
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David Blaine Magician to Endurance Artist
Blaine began an endurance stunt on September 5, 2003, in which he was placed and sealed inside a transparent plastic plexiglas case.
This case was suspended in the air on the south bank of the River Thames in London England, 9 metres (30 ft) in the air next to Potters Fields Park
The Box measured 3 feet (0.9 m) by 7 feet (2.1 m) by 7 feet (2.1 m). A Web camera was placed within the case so that viewers could see and observe his every move and more of his progress on line. This endurance stunt (during which Blaine drank 4.5 litres of water per day and did not eat) lasted an amazing 44 days,
This whole event was the subject of public interest and media attention, One english newspaper (the Times) stated that "1,614 articles in the British press have made reference to the exploit.”
in 2003 U.S. President George W. Bush visited the UK and made reference to David Blaine’s stunt in a speech at the whitehall Palace, London, saying, “The last noted American to visit London stayed in a glass box dangling over the Thames. A few might have been happy to provide similar arrangements for me.”
A few individuals sadly threw food and other items towards the box, including eggs, paint-filled balloons and golf balls, according to English Newspaper, The Times.
A macdonalds hamburger was flown up to the box by a remote-controlled helicopter as a taunt. it was also reported that one man was arrested for attempting to cut the cable supplying water to Blaine's box.
BBC News reported around September 25, that "if his endurance test is real rather than an elaborate illusion then Blaine's claim of tasting pear drops indicates he is advancing through the first stage of starvation. A medical doctor said that the taste is caused by Ketones which are produced when the body burns all of the fat reserves."
On October 19, this glorious stunt ended, and Blaine emerged saying "I love you all!" and was subsequently hospitalized.
A reputable paper was published by the New England Journal of medicine that documented his 44-day fast and stated his re-feeding was perhaps the most dangerous part of the stunt.
The in-depth study reported that in total, "He lost 24.5 kg (25 percent of his original body weight), and his BMI (Body Mass Index) dropped from 29.0 to 21.6.
His appearance and body-mass index after his fast would not by themselves have alerted us to the risks of refeeding. Despite cautious management, he had dangerous hypophosphatemia and fluid retention, important elements of the re-feeding syndrome."