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Aerospace engineer travels the world making a pack of cards dance in his hands

‘Unparalleled cardistry’: Meet the Aerospace engineer who travels the world making a pack of cards dance in his hands

  • Anthony Chanut, 31, from Montreal, Canada, is a master of ‘cardistry’
  • He can twirl, and flip and snap cards in the air before catching them
  • A pack of cards dance in his hands as he weaves them through his fingers
  • Mr Chanut has travelled the world with his act since 2012  

Incredible sleight of hand tricks mesmerise as cards are seamlessly flicked and caught between this card artist’s fingers.

Anthony Chanut, 31, from Montreal, Canada, has travelled all over the world since 2012 marvelling audiences with his ‘Cardistry’ skills.

The aerospace engineer has mastered the ability of perfectly flicking, snapping and twirling his pack of cards.

Anthony Chanut, 31, from Montreal, Canada, has travelled all over the world since 2012 marvelling audiences with his ‘Cardistry’ skills

The cards appear to dance in his hands as he splits them in to four, six and eight before sliding them back in to one neat pile. 

He can move the cards between his fingers and weave them through his hands in a performance that took years of practice to accomplish.

He now has hundreds of videos across various magic channels and his own social media that showcase his skill.

The cards appear to dance in his hands as he splits them in to four, six and eight before sliding them back in to one pack

The cards appear to dance in his hands as he splits them in to four, six and eight before sliding them back in to one pack

A description of Mr Chanut on the Art of Magic website reads: ‘After releasing Vortex and Digitals, Anthony Chanut quickly made a name for himself. 

‘The texture of his performance style, and his distinct aesthetic, work together to create unparalleled cardistry. 

‘Chanut’s contribution to the art is sure to impress and amaze.’

He can move the cards between his fingers and weave them through his hands in a performance that took years of practice to accomplish

He can move the cards between his fingers and weave them through his hands in a performance that took years of practice to accomplish

Vortex and Digitals were two of his most successful videos and show him fanning out a pack of cards in his hands before throwing them in the air and catching them. 

The same seamless  twirling, flipping and snapping occurs in most of Mr Chanut’s videos as he presents his magic act.  

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