An artistic color change that evokes a leaf blowing in the wind and the change that comes from summer to fall.
What do you get when you combine too much time reading Gary Kurtz, not enough time eating, and a touch of sleep deprivation? You get KaZe – a color change from underground sensation Jerimiah Zuo, where an individual card dances about the fingers and ends its series of spinning maneuvers having changed into a completely different card.
The word Kaze means “wind” in Japanese. On an artistic level the hope is that the change evokes a leaf in the wind and the change that comes from summer to fall. On a more realistic level, KaZe is better than, “that spin-y thing.”