Thursday, October 15, 2009

Making Magic

Making Magic
David Pescovitz | Make Vol. 13- 2008 | Pdf | 6 pgs | 3 mb
sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguish-
able from magic." In response. modern conjurers
like to say. "Any sufficiently advanced magic is
indistinguishable from technology." At the inter-
section of both maxims sits John Gaughan.

For five decades, he's designed and built illusions
for everyone from Doug Henning to Siegfried and
Roy. Ever seen David Copperfield fly? Gaughan gave
him those invisible wings. Scratched your head
as David Blaine makes a person's watch disappear
and rematerialize behind a shop window across the
street? Gaughan's handiwork in action.

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