A lot of my attraction to cards has to do with the seemingly unlimited possibilities you get with such a limited object. What’s so fresh about the art of card flourishing is the aesthetics, the element of surprise, and the fact that it can be appreciated all over the world.
It feels as if we are in a bit of a revolution when it comes to the art. Believe me when I say there aren’t going to be as many basic moves created in 10 years as there are today. To me, being able to paint a part of the card flourishing history has been one of my drives to create cuts over the years.
Sometimes it feels like mining gold. But how do you separate the gold from the dirt?