Monday, April 5, 2010

Cheating Houdini greeting card

Here’s a unique item. This greeting card designed by Akemi Yoshida features close-up magicians Charlie Miller and Dai Vernon (“The Man who Fooled Houdini”) cheating Houdini in a game of cards.


The image is said to be inspired by the 1890s Knaffl & Bro. photograph "The Skin Game" and the 1940s Irving Sinclaire painting "The Poker Game." It is released with permission from the Dai Vernon and Charlie Miller estates.

The greeting/invitation card is folded to 7”x5” and is blank on the inside leaving it open to be used for any occasion. It uses standard postage and includes a matching envelope.

Miller & Vernon Cheating Houdini can be purchased from Meir Yedid Magic. There is also a listing on Amazon.

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