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Digital Graffiti (2 DVD Set) Review

Official Review

September 18th, 2007 11:30pm
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Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
The DVD begins with a very nice, personal introduction, with a lot of credits. Always a good start, in my opinion.

As I watched the first DVD (the one with the effects and explanations), I kept thinking "I wish I'd had this when I was a teenager." I'm not saying that to demean any of the magic. There's just a lot of magic that would've been nice to try out in my stage act.

The DVD contains a lot of interesting "bits and tricks." There aren't many full routines. If you want to use the "bits", you'll need to find an appropriate place in your act. As performed on the DVD, they seem out of place and without context.

I was a bit disappointed with the flashes and rough handling during the performance segments. If you're going to the trouble of producing a commercial DVD, you should spend the time and money to re-shoot and/or edit out mistakes.

The second DVD contains an interview/conversation with Jay Sankey. I wouldn't have paid extra for it, but it was fun to watch.

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Product info for Digital Graffiti (2 DVD Set)

Author: David Peck
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $34.95
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The Sleight Of Hand Of David Peck!

David Peck is an award winning Canadian magician, public speaker, and lecturer. Digital Graffiti is David's first DVD release. The material spans over twenty years of performing for magicians and lay audiences alike. He has written for and appeared in such respected magazines as Topps, Genii, Magic, Northern Peaks and the Linking Ring. His work is an eclectic collection of close up and stage/parlor magic. Combining self working, highly visual material with sleight-of-hand principles, his approach appeals to magicians of all shapes and sizes. The material is practical, magical and visual. Complete routines involving coins, cards, matchsticks and sugar cubes - each effect is carefully explained in a detailed and visual explicit manner.

Including Red or White. A cork is removed from a wine bottle and is clearly held in the right hand. Instantly the cork vanishes from the right hand and appears in the neck of the bottle. This is a stunner. It is easy to do and a strong opening effect.

Special Added Surprise:
Interview Segment with Jay Sankey.

Disc 1 Running Time Approximately 1hr 56min
Disc 2 Running Time Approximately 1hr 6min


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