Sweet Cardistry with some isolation and graphical juggling influences by Noel Heath 2016
Is it me, or doesn’t anyone else think that dance move at 1:22 is totally lifted from Hangar fun. 😉
Shao, otherwise known as Michał Szałucho is a object manipulation artist from Poland. The focus of his Masked Man youtube channel is mostly buugeng and blade manipulations, but more recently he is playing with some new manipulation research with this Closed Circles video and the black box illusion. You can also find Shao on Facebook here.
New isolation concepts for 8ring manipulation. Ryan has an indiegogo for a new online 8ring workshop, info can be found here.
2 years ago all my friends in Europe started asking me ” have you met this young kid Joseph? He is amazing.”
I later met him at the Swiss juggling convention was deeply impressed by his passion for contact juggling. I immediately subscribed to his youtube channel, Juggling for Cake and he has released some great contact and multiball and 8ring stuff. Seriously just click those links.
They are all full of stuff you’ve never thought of before but it is brilliant. I should have been posting all of them on the Ministry all year, but these recent 3ball videos are just too good so here ya go, this is Joseph and he is seriously one of the best new contemporary jugglers that exist.
Great location and good skills as usual in this video collaboration starring Ryan Mellors, Valery Imus & Keith Marshall.
Filmed by Marvin Ong.
thanks for sharing!
London based contact juggler, Matt Hennem has released a wicked new promo video, showing his unique liquid crystal style, combining popping/locking, contact juggling, isolation and illusion.
Filming and uber-good editing by Howie Bailey who set up Juggling.tv.
Pilolip shows us an amazing array of distorted boxes, crazy timechanges and solid isolations in his most recent video.
I’ve been working with him a lot on the Piryokopi project… and im amazed by his dedication to the work. Check the related posts for more Pilolip greatness, he has been featured here a lot in the past year.
Marvin Ong send us some information about him and his work.
Marvin is originally from Malaysia but now based in Los Angeles. He has been studying objects manipulation for 5 years now. Recently he started getting Master Ong’s Prop Shop of the ground, focusing on practice props and practicing to be present.