A playing card is chosen and placed back into the deck - and a napkin is introduced and fully examined. You sprinkle some water lightly over the napkin... and the impossible happens.
Slowly and visually, the chosen selection appears through the water.
WATERMARK is a concept that enables you to reveal a name, card, object, or anything else your heart desires using nothing more than some water and a napkin, tissue, or cloth.
The napkin can be kept as a souvenir and everything is fully examinable. Dan White teaches the trick in 10 minutes of detailed instruction - filmed on the streets of New York City.
"Powerful, easy to do, angle proof, and completely genius." - Zach, theory11 forums