Dangerous Experiments for After Dinner: 21 Daredevil Tricks to Impress Your Guests (Game)

Dangerous Experiments for After Dinner: 21 Daredevil Tricks to Impress Your Guests By Kendra Wilson (Text by), Angus Hyland (From an idea by) Cover Image

Dangerous Experiments for After Dinner: 21 Daredevil Tricks to Impress Your Guests (Game)

By Kendra Wilson (Text by), Angus Hyland (From an idea by)

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Bored of the same old dinner-party chitchat? Spice up your soirées, impress your guests and show up your brother-in-law with these hilarious, and sometimes dangerous, after-dinner tricks and challenges.

Twenty-one handsome cards presented in a beautiful gift tin illustrate each technique along with step-by-step instructions and explanations of the science behind the tricks. From sabering a bottle of champagne to hammering a needle through a coin, each of these tricks is guaranteed to wow your guests.
Angus Hyland is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and a partner at Pentagram Design London. His work for Laurence King includes (with Roanne Bell) Hand to Eye (2003), The Picture Book (2010), (with Steven Bateman) Symbol (2011), The Purple Book (2013) and The Book of the Dog (2015).

Kendra Wilson is the author of The Problem with my Garden, and co-author of The Book of the Dog and The Book of the Bird for Laurence King. Her writing has also appeared in Gardenista, The Sunday Times, and House & Garden.

Dave Hopkins is an illustrator who specializes in all forms of line work. His styles range from modern to traditional, incorporating pen and ink, pastiches of steel and wood engravings, and various woodcuts. He has worked for clients such as P&O, Lloyds and Johnnie Walker and numerous publications from The Economist to Mojo.
Product Details ISBN: 9781786272447
ISBN-10: 178627244X
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: August 7th, 2018
Pages: 21
Language: English
"This one's for the science aficionados: 21 illustrated cards show you how to pull off seemingly impossible tasks (think: hammering a needle through a coin) and explain the science behind them." Apartment Therapy