RIP turns the traditional torn and restored card plot on its head.
Daniel Madison has stripped away the awkward piecing together process, the strange handlings of ‘four pieces’ that no one can touch and the suspicious tearing actions often seen in other versions, and what he’s left with is a miracle… that happens in the spectator’s hands.
A selected playing card is torn into four separate pieces - an action that can even be performed by the spectator. Each of the four separate pieces are placed in the spectator’s hand, before being sandwiched by their other hand.
With the passing of just a second, it’s done. The spectator cautiously lifts their hand to reveal the card is now completely restored. No rips. No tape. Whole.
Think TnR effects are old school? Get ready to be proven wrong.