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Monthly Archives: February 2009

  • New Juggling Bags

    Posted on February 20, 2009 by chris ballinger

    Magic Geek and are very proud to introduce the Volley Bag. We've completely redesigned the classic leather juggling bag with an all-new pattern for superior performance. The patch-work was inspired by a volley ball design and allows for better consistency, comfort and roundness.


    Each bag is hand-stitched in leather and filled with millet seed. There are five colors to choose from and two different surface textures. The standard Volley Bag has a smoother, more vibrant leather finish; while the Split-Leather offers a softer look and grippier feel that aids in control.


    We like these bags so much that we're featuring them in a new juggling combo. With the Volley Bag Combo you get three Volley Bags, The Ultimate Ball Juggling DVD and our new Three Ball Carrying Case. If you want to get serious about juggling or are looking for the perfect gift for that special juggler, the set is the way to go!


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  • True Astonishment

    Posted on February 9, 2009 by chris ballinger

    The long-awaited True Astonishment Box Set from Paul Harris is finally available. Instead of just telling you about its nine DVDs, sack of gimmicks and awesome wooden box, we decided to show it to you via a video review.

    This is your chance to own a piece of magic history. Please click on the image below to learn more.


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  • Happy Valentine's Day

    Posted on February 3, 2009 by chris ballinger

    Love is in the air and I thought I'd post this video that I made in 2007 with my sweetheart. It's called "Magic Date" and it was made by the sketch comedy group that I was a part of back in the day.

    For those of you who want to try this on a real date I used Humming Bird Card for the floating rose, 18" Silks for the "black and blue" line, and the crow's feet were painted feet from an unlucky rubber chicken.

    The Obusters were a band of improv and sketch comedians who sometimes did live shows for bustling crowd and sometimes for just my wife and the owner of a club (those shows were kind of awkward.) Anyway, we made a bunch of sketches that can be found on the Obuster youtube channel.

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