Impromptu Floating Things
Dirk Losander's booklet was actually intended as a seminar booklet, but basically this work is much more:
Immediately understandable effects from the author's repertoire are described here.
You can imagine that Dirk Losander sometimes develops completely new ideas. And you know that everything that can somehow float deserves special attention.
In this issue he has mainly devoted himself to a gimmick with which it is possible to let borrowed objects, such as banknotes or cigarettes, explode in front of the eyes of the audience without complicated preparations or annoying preparations. And that's close-up, ie at very close range!
But he also describes his version of the Dancing Stick, gives a recipe for extremely stable soap bubbles and apparently levitates one under a cloth (as you can admire in his stage performance).
You get the richly illustrated booklet (38 A4 pages) plus two floating gimmicks, also known as loops, so that you can start practicing right away.