Thursday, February 22, 2018

Animating Life: Laika

The Portland Art Museum has an amazing exhibit right now called "Animating Life: The Art and Science and Wonder of Laika." It is an amazing up close look at the stop motion studio that brought us movies like Coraline, Box Trolls, Kubo and many more. The exhibit shows the process of stop motion animation movies, has so many sets and characters to see up close, and more!
Ronan and I were equally mesmerized! It was super cool to see much of this up close and personal. The colors and designs were amazing and to see how they bring these characters to life on the big screen was really cool. 


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13 thoughts on the matter:

Tom said... {Reply}

...what fun!

Handmade in Israel said... {Reply}

What a great exhibition to take your nephew to. You are a cool aunt!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said... {Reply}

That's a fascinating exhibit. Great photos too.

Shelbee On The Edge said... {Reply}

Oh wow, so cool! We love Box Trolls! The other two movies we have not seen. But this exhibit looks really fantastic. Thank you for sharing it with us!


Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Looks like a fun exhibit to check out!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

How cool!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

I would be mesmerized too! How fun that you got to share it with Ronan!

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

That must have been so fun for the boys!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said... {Reply}

Wow--this looks like a fascinating exhibit to see!

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

Wow, that is so very cool. Thanks for sharing it. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

Looks like fun Tamar. Beautiful photos :) Thanks so much for sharing your post with us at Welcome To The Weekend Blog Hop.

Klara S said... {Reply}

Great exhibition. A lot of fun!
Thank you for hosting.

indah nuria Savitri said... {Reply}

This is one cool exhibition! Love to see this tiny items they use for the detailed!