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Harryhausen at the Tate

Photo by Nate Chard The Tate Museum in London is currently hosting an exhibition of the art of Ray Harryhausen (1920-2013).The show includes some of the original stop motion models used in movies like Jason and the Argonauts and 7th Voyage of Sinbad.Harryhausen did it all. He designed the creatures, constructed them out of wire and latex, and animated them. The show includes some of his drawings and paintings, as well as the puppets or models.
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