The one hour special features not only magic in it’s purest form, but also a journey through a variety of intriguing cultures, religions and people of all walks of life. Dan’s magic breaks the language barrier.
Watch outstanding magic being performed for a global audience, all the while exploring the roots of this artform we all love.
Congratulations to Dan – this is a monumental achievement. Catch it tonight at 10:00pm EST on the Discovery Channel.
Tonight we are proud to celebrate the 25th episode of The Insider! We’ve hit the 6 month bench mark, and can’t wait to put out 25 more!
The 25th installment features an exclusive artist interview with Dan White, as he discusses his brand new magic special premiering on the Discovery Channel on June 29th. We also take a look at the latest in bear capturing, the newest episode of “Fool Us”, and a brand new contest that awards a pass to EMC 2011 to the first commenter with the correct answer!
Episode 24? We’re at the 24th installment already? Almost half way through 2011! Tonight’s episode is one you are not going to want to miss.
In the 24th episode we feature a look at Katy Perry’s quick change routine on her tour, celebrate Siegfried’s 72nd birthday, discuss Penn Jillete judging the Miss USA pageant, a new magic themed HBO show directed by Darren Aronofsky, Burt Wonderstone’s new script doctor and much more!
In our latest and greatest Saturday Night Contest, we hosted a roundtable discussion podcast with Dan White, theory11 creative ninja and star of the upcoming Discovery Channel special “The Supernaturalist.”
The show will be airing on the Discovery Channel on June 29th at 10pm, but listen into our podcast from last night to hear exclusive details and stories from behind the scenes.
In each roundtable discussion podcast, we invite members around the world to submit questions in the forums. Last night, you had the opportunity to ask questions and gain valuable insight from Dan White. Listen to it now!
Jason England is no stranger to difficult moves. This is the guy who executes Greek Deals in his sleep. He can perform a Center Deal. From the center of the earth. Okay, I might be exaggerating.
The man is talented. His expertise and skills are hard to beat.
Tonight we present a fresh, new download on the Top Card Cover Pass. In 33 minutes of training, Jason covers the technique, the history, and the nuances that make it look so, so good.
This new video presents you with the unique opportunity to learn the move properly from someone who is more than qualified to write a novel about it. Learn it right the first time, and improve your overall skill along the way. Watch the preview and learn it now.
The 23rd episode features a look into Dan White’s new Discovery Channel special, “The Supernaturalist“, a 3-D cardistry video, Roger Ebert’s review of Make Believe, we read your comments, and ask our audience to submit questions for next week’s interview with Justin “Kredible” Willman!
After weeks of speculation, we can now confirm that Dan White will appear this month in a feature length Discovery Channel Special. The show is entitled “The Supernaturalist,” and chronicles White’s journey to explore the roots of magic in cultures remote and afar.
In production of the television special this past year, Dan traveled to Nepal, the Dominican Republic, and more. In one scary turn of events, he (barely) landed on a tiny airstrip in the mountains of Nepal with consultants Michael Ammar, BJ Bueno, and Seth Rovner.
Venturing deep into tribal cultures and urban legends, Dan’s goal was to find the origins of magic and to answer the simple, timeless question: Does real magic exist? Watch the Discovery Channel special on June 29th at 10pm to find out.
Tonight marks the 22nd consecutive episode of The Insider – now with older, handsomer and taller host!
The 22nd installment features a newly 16 year old host, Zach Mueller, we talk about Penn & Teller’s free Vegas show with the winners of “Fool Us” and their key to the city, we discuss Burt Wonderstone, Katy Perry and Walt Disney, and Zach talks to his alter ego. You won’t want to miss it.
Based on original artwork created by an award winning winery in Napa Valley, they feature imported, French paper and embossed, metallic accents.
The first edition printing in 2008 sold for $9.00 per deck, and quickly skyrocketed to $35 (per deck!) on eBay.
This new edition was printed using theory11 quality card stock, resulting in a feel and finish that can only be described as “amazing.” Feel them, see them. You’ll be in love.