Imaginary Hole by Chiam Yu Sheng
Ink transforms into an actual hole that changes sizes and then completely vanishes. This super visual effect uses a handmade gimmick that feels like something Q would make for James Bond if he were a gigging magician. This is Imaginary Hole by Chaim Yu Sheng.
Here’s what happens:
The magician uses a permanent marker to draw a large black dot on the back of a playing card. That playing card is held at the fingertips, and with just a rub, the black dot transforms into a real hole. The permanent marker is shown to be able to pass through this giant hole. The magician then gives the large hole a rub, and it transforms into a smaller but no less real hole. One more magical gesture, and the hole vanishes completely.
Imaginary Hole is a killer opening effect for any card magician. The gimmick comes made in red Bicycle Rider Back, so it can be added to the deck of cards you already use. The gimmick is completely self-contained, and there are no arts and crafts required. It’s ready to go right out of the box. In addition to the gimmick, you receive an instructional video that will teach you to perform additional handlings of Imaginary Hole in any environment; no black shirt required. Imaginary Hole is super easy to do, with the gimmick doing nearly all of the work.
Transform just a bit of ink into huge reactions with Imaginary Hole by Chiam Yu Sheng.