In this month’s issue we will be focusing on three different subjects, on the surface these subjects might not seem related. However, If you take a deeper look you will find that everything in magic and live is conneceted with each other.
First we will join Fritz in his virtual insanity, where he discusses how to bring
your magic to zoom. This is important because it helps you to see how you can reframe your magic for different sitautions.
Next Aljaz will discuss the dreaded and not so popular question of wether we should teach magic to lay-people (NO DON”T THEY ARE OUR SECRETS!). I think it’s an important and intersting idea to even teach magic to non magicians, but more on that in Aljaz’s
Finally Alvaro discusses the importance of good magic books and how to make the bookst aht you already own even better.
In this Issue Daniel Matias Ferrer talks about his search of an identity within music.
Jackson Mead talks about his inspiration for art (the magazine cover is one of his pieces).
Finally Jin Lee talks about three lessons that he learned from Rene Lavand’s student.
So come on over and enjoy this months edition of I Practice Magazine.
In this ultra big issue we discover the wonderful magic of Argentina.
This issue is packet with theory, history, effects and context for beautiful and powerful magic.
With a foreword by Michael Vincent and an excerpt of Roberto Mansilla’s new book, we are proud to present to you the Argentina issue.
This months issue is all about art and symbolism.
Gareth Talks about the art of medicine.
Alvaro analyses different aspects of meaning and Rico discusses the importance of symbolism in magic.
The Februari edition of the I Practice Magazine is here!
Michael Vincent talks about the books that made him the performer he is today.
Rico Weeland Talks about things to consider when dressing for gigs.
Hussein Mansour talks about the development of entertainment and what we can learn from this for magic.
We hope that you enjoy this months issue of I Practice Magazine.
We are happy to announce the second edition of I Practice Magazine.
In this Edition Michael Vincent talks about refining routines, Chris Wood talks about magic theory, Liz Wolter talks about the creation of new ideas and concepts and more…
We are glad to announce our first edition of I Practice Magazine.
In this volume Fritz Alkemade talks about improving your improv, Michael Vincent talks about morning rituals, Rico Weeland shares his favorite books, and much more…
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