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Seated at a table covered with notes and newspapers, Emma immerses herself in a case surrounding the disappearance of Timothy Kane, the young scion of a family of illusionists.‘Tandem: A Tale of Shadows’ is an exquisitely structured puzzle-platformer|Christopher Byrd|November 5, 2021|Washington Post
Berkowitz wasn’t a traditional illusionist, but he captured light in a way that makes it seem entirely real.In the galleries: Tracing a generational progression in abstract art|Mark Jenkins|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
Such a tactic by this “master illusionist” might enhance the chance of a successful mating by keeping the female close.A single male lyrebird can mimic the sound of an entire flock|Jake Buehler|February 25, 2021|Science News
Those visual feats were basically just an updated version of the Pepper’s Ghost technique that stage illusionists and moviemakers have been using since it was invented by John Pepper in the 19th century.PORTL Hologram raises $3M to put a hologram machine in every home|Jonathan Shieber|October 30, 2020|TechCrunch
Recently, Jedlica made headlines for calling Valeria Lukyanova, ‘The Real Life Barbie,’ “an illusionist” in an interview with GQ.
The illusionist even claims that one of the islands contains the fountain of youth, reviving dying insects upon submersion.
Who can resist a magic-imbued paradise crafted by the greatest illusionist of our time?
He was both the great reporter and great illusionist of his day.
There was nothing in the illusionist's general manner that could be construed into aberration of intellect.George Cruikshank's Omnibus|George Cruikshank
By this time the scientific reviews had taken him up as a sort of public Illusionist.Melomaniacs|James Huneker
It is not easy to avoid extravagance in speaking of one who was in all things an illusionist.William Sharp (Fiona Macleod)|Elizabeth A. Sharp
He has improved from ancient times as an up-to-date showman, and is a wonderful illusionist.Indian Conjuring|L. H. Branson
The man of sense is the visionary or illusionist, fancying things as permanencies, and thoughts as fleeting phantoms.Tablets|Amos Bronson Alcott