The design team at 24 worked closely with The National Museum of Film, Photography and Television’s curatorial and exhibition department to develop an engaging and stimulating experience. The aim of this was to enable the museum’s diverse audience to appreciate Ray Harryhausen’s unique achievements and understand the sources of his inspiration.
We used vivid colours to divide the exhibition into identifiable sections that represent his career and working methodology. This scheme runs through graphics, furniture and interior design. The space is further enhanced by a tactile backdrop that merges the 3D construction with creative communication.
In addition to the core exhibition, 24 were commissioned to design and construct an interactive entitled “secrets of dynamation revealed”. The interactive allows users to appreciate and comprehend how Ray Harryhausen achieved his avant-garde animated films.