Social Media Roundup: Labyrinth, Hocus Pocus, Sirius B V2, Emperor and More!

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Social Media Roundup: Labyrinth, Hocus Pocus, Sirius B V2, Emperor and More!

Social network such as Twitter and Instagram provides a platform for breaking news and instant reactions. Cardists, Magicians and Card aficionados are often rarely passed up an opportunity to show off their card skills. Social networks are fast-moving and there are a good amount of posts that don't get the recognition they deserve.

To change that, we've picked the best Tweets and Instagram posts from the past week with the hashtag #kardify. To see the ALL hashtagged images, click here!

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Dear Friends and Followers, I will be GOING OFF THE GRID FOR THE REST OF THE MONTH and will return in early August. Until then, I leave you with one last post. The magical and mesmerizing Hocus Pocus 40th Anniversary Playing Cards, designed by Edo Huang (@edohuang), produced by Hocus Pocus Magic (@hocuspocusmagic) and printed by the United States Playing Card Company (USPCC) @officialbicyclecards in a Carat X1 Single Deck Display. . In 1976, Paul Gross started Hocus Pocus Magic and grew it from a small corner shop into one of the world’s largest family owned and operating magic suppliers. In 2016, Paul’s sons, Max and Cole sat down with renowned card designer, Edo Huang, to develop a deck that would capture the heritage and feel of the company as well as appeal to all areas of the playing card community. The result was nothing but magical. . The tuck box is made of a deep purple soft touch stock with detailed gold foil, capturing the vintage feel of the 1970’s and when stage magic utilized contrasting colors and flashy patterns to capture your attention. The rabbit ears and top hat logo have been re-imagined to give a more classic feel while the light and airy scroll work provides a pattern without drawing attention away from the bold typography. . The idea for the deck was to make it usable in all categories while still adding some custom touches that fit its theme. The card faces feature a light grey washa and fine line detail in the background to tie into the vintage look. The AoS is custom and uses the scroll detail from the card backs in a large styled spade. . The court cards are the USPCC traditional courts, but have been recolored to match the theme of the deck. The matching Jokers have a hat and wand to symbolize the magician’s tools of the trade and pays homage to the countless supplies Paul spent all these years providing to magicians all over the world. Two exposed cards provide a unique reveal while paying tribute to a family friend @56sealed.
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Social Media Roundup: Labyrinth, Hocus Pocus, Sirius B V2, Emperor and More! Reviewed by Ivan on 7/27/2019 Rating: 5

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