Featured Image by Melissa Bedamain.
Multi-prop in the full sense of the word.
There was stopping point where [performers] had to take the time to transition between two different types of props. And it just got me thinking ‘how can I make something to work in the same kind of vein but on the fly? To go between those props right in the middle of a performance.’
It turns into that thing of “Oh my god, he just broke his staff!” or “Wait a minute, I thought I was watching something else.”
I like to be able to make them and customize them in a way that speaks to the person who is interested. Each one that I do has been a little bit different with the grip design, or the size, or the size of the wick. I really like to talk to these people one on one.
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For more info or to place an order email: fluxtorches(at)gmail(dot)com
Special thanks to Adam Cruz (Hopskotch) for his valuable time, and for creating new toys for us.
Thanks to sweetheart Jilly Bee for helping Adam in his venture.
Thank you, photographer Melissa Badamain of Superhooper.org for all the photos featured in this article. To see more of her work, click here: Mbadamain on Facebook.
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