Archive for category The Mandala
The Mandala starts Volume 2 and celebrates one year of being magic’s first all-digital magic magazine!
If you are a subscriber, you will see my latest article in which I discuss angles. Not the angles you’re thinking of, but, rather, angles that you can incorporate into the design of your marketing materials.
This issue also features the cover story on The Alchemy of A.Bandit, an article telling the tale of a fusion of magic and art that sprung from the fertile minds of Derek DelGaudio and Glenn Kaino. This issue features other articles by Shawn McMaster, Lou Serrano, Rich Cowley, Tony Clark, Paul Romhany, David Byron, Brent Geris and Tom Burgoon.
We are also very excited to welcome Max Maven as one of our regular columnists! You won’t want to miss even ONE of these! It promises to be a fascinating offering. Subscribe today!
Be sure to check out my latest article in The Mandala. In this article I offer advice on the necessity of building, strengthening, and constantly using your own original brand.
This issue also features the cover story on The Academy of Magical Arts Awards, and other articles by Shawn McMaster, Lou Serrano, Rich Cowley, Keith Dion, Tony Clark, Paul Romhany, Brent Geris and Tom Burgoon. Also, look out for Turnover, a fictional story crafted by Gavin Inglis that revolves around magic and is expertly illustrated by Hannah McMaster.
Be sure to check out my latest column in the new issue of The Mandala. In this issue I finish up a two part series on “Taboo Design Practices and how to fix them.”
This issue also features Shawn McMaster’s cover story on Michael Carbonaro: Performance Bizarrist, and other articles by Shawn McMaster, Geoff Williams, Lou Serrano, Rich Cowley, Keith Dion, Tony Clark, Paul Romhany, Brent Geris and Tom Burgoon.
I’m very excited to announce that I am officially a columnist for Shawn McMaster’s and Jonathan Levit’s new publication, The Mandala. If you haven’t heard about it yet, it is an online magazine for magicians that puts out material that you won’t typically find in the regular magic magazines.
For more information about the current issue, please go here: http://themandalamag.com/preview.html