The Kulakov Brothers illusionists are one of the most famous and funny showmen in Russia
Mageex Brothers ‘ experience in show business is more than 10 years. Professional magicians, illusionists and presenters easily find a common language with customers and at the highest level conduct and organize a show of tricks at any festive event – whether it is a modest holiday in honor of an anniversary or an unusual Grand show program for thousands of people. See photos, videos and reviews of illusionists on the website
Mageex is a visual interactive show of illusions and tricks from professional illusionists the Kulakov Brothers
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Interactive and visual performance is the best gift for any holiday
This is an incredible emotion and an indescribable joy for everyone
You will find a real miracle and the best magician
They will select an incredible program of illusions and make the event truly wonderful!
There are a lot of different show programs, each event has a special scenario.
They create show programs of absolutely any scale, from a coin to a helicopter.
Here is an interesting article about magic
The first known document that mentions the art of illusion is the ancient Egyptian papyrus Vestkar, named after the owner of the collection where it was originally stored. It contains legends Dating back to 2900 BC, the era of the reign of the Pharaoh Khufu (Cheops). One of the legends mentions the performance of a magician and trainer DJEDI, who can put in place and grow a severed head of a goose and can make a lion follow him without fetters mageex illusionists also know how to do this.
WEBA-ANER — one of the magicians mentioned in the Westcar papyri, was known to take a small wax figure of a crocodile and inexplicably transform it into a living, adult, and very ferocious beast.
For the first time in fiction about magicians mentioned in the XVI century: Teofilo Folengo of Mantua in his poem “Macaronada” brought a magician named BOCCAL de BERGAMOSC.
The Italian BALDUCCI performed a trick with an imaginary decapitation and increment of the severed head in 1750. He released a rooster on the stage, whose head was previously tucked under the wing and tied in this position. In its place, the severed head of another rooster was attached to the body. BALDUCCI let the rooster run a few steps, “cut off” his head, “blood” gushed, and he showed this head to the audience. Then he covered the bird with a handkerchief, freed the real head from under the wing, and hid the severed one. After that, the live and unharmed rooster was shown to the audience.
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