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Gumbo by Nicholas Lawrence

Gumbo by Nicholas Lawrence

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Multiple flashy visual changes of a pack of gum ends with a crazy morph into a different style of packaging. With a little sleight of hand, you can change the gum a final time before handing it out for examination! From one of the modern masters of everyday carry gimmicks this is Gumbo by Nicholas Lawrence.

Here’s what happens:

You introduce a pack of Juicy Fruit gum from your pocket. Give it a shake and it visually changes to Big Red. Another shake, and then it changes to Double Mint Gum, and another makes it transform into a bright blue back of Winter Fresh. One last shake, and then the pack visually morphs into a large pack of Trident gum. One final rub of the pack of gum and you change it a final time into a pack of Orbit gum that can be immediately handed out for examination.

Gumbo is an easy-to-use gimmick that lives in your pocket and is ready to go right out of the box. Not only is it durable, but it’s super easy to use. It's perfect for everyday carry or social media. The visual changes are accomplished with a flick of the wrist and don’t depend on threads, magnets, flaps, or fragile gimmicks that are easy to lose. The morph actually makes the pack change in size and shape giving you a crazy visual. The final examinable pack of gum can be any brand that you want, provided it’s larger than the Gumbo gimmick. Give your gum a shake and watch it morph and change with Gumbo by Nicholas Lawrence.

"This is crazy... Five changes in the blink of an eye! Now I won't leave my home without Gumbo. I LOVE it" - Rizki Nanda

"Lots of magical moments... great for social media!" - Liam Levanon

"Wow that’s awesome! A visual deliciousness of epic proportions." - Jamie Williams

Brand: Penguin Magic

Creator: Nicholas Lawrence

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Mark Williams
Gumbo

Not a bad trick, just a shame about the large crease that’s clearly visible on the last switch.