On May 22, 2002, a crane lifted Blaine onto a 100-foot high, 22-inch wide pillar in Bryant Park, New York City, where he stood for 35 hours with no sleep and no harness or safety net to protect him from the concrete below. He ended the feat by jumping off in front of 50,000 live spectators onto a layer of cardboard boxes.
This special collector’s item commemorating David Blaine’s Vertigo Stunt was designed by renowned artist Mark Stutzman. Each poster maintains the highest quality standards using the finest quality inks, digitally offset on heavy window card stock, with a special durable glossy finish.
Size: 12" x 32"
On September 5, 2003, David began a 44-day fast while suspended inside a transparent box on the south bank of the River Thames in London. He survived on just 4.5 liters...
On May 17, 2006, David was submerged in an 8-foot diameter water-filled sphere in front of Lincoln Center in New York City for seven days and nights. He concluded the...
This one-of-a-kind collector’s item commemorates a decade of David Blaine’s death-defying feats. From Buried Alive to the Bullet Catch, each endurance stunt is beautifully portrayed in this poster designed by renowned artist Mark...