Inspired by the world-famous classic the Zig Zag Illusion. This one doesn't require cutting up a human assistant onstage. The miniature close-up version uses a paper and allows for sliding the parts in more directions, side to side AND up and down.
Magician places a printed piece of paper into the frame. After performing a magical gesture, he reaches into the frame and slides the middle section of the paper to the right, while the rest of paper stays in place. The audience begins to feel confused. Whats going on with the paper? But this is just beginning
Next the magician moves the upper and lower sections of paper in different directions, side to side and up and down.
Is this still the same piece of paper he started with?
After several surprising changes in the paper, the magician returns the pieces back to the original positions. Finally he removes the paper to show that it is still the same paper from the beginning with no rips, tears, or breaks. Magician gives the newspaper to the audience as a souvenir.
Comes with an illustration custom made for this Zig Zag illusion (what you watched in the video).
You may of course substitute your own picture, newspaper, brochure, and etc....