Both the exhibition itself and the accompanying album present a spectrum of animation techniques, a short history of animated filmmaking, along with profiles of the masters of the art of animation, animated short films and feature films, series, and the works of selected animation studios and festivals focusing on animated films for children. The exhibition and album are organized in a chronological fashion and presented in both Polish and English. Illustrations used in the project include film stills, working images, photos of the puppets, reprints of sketches, screenplays, celluloid footage, film posters, and photos of the artists at work - images courtesy of various sources: the National Film Archive, the Museum of Cinematography in Łódź, film studios, the National Digital Archive, and the private archives of film directors or their heirs.
Texts included in the exhibition were written by Jerzy Armata, with graphic design by Aleksandra Kot, and choice of illustrations made by Natalia Chojna.
Several boards feature QR codes. When scanned with a mobile phone, these codes allow the viewer to watch a short excerpt from the presented film.
The exhibition was created and financed by the Polish Film Institute and the Museum of Cinematography in Łódź, in cooperation with the National Film Archive, Studio Filmów Rysunkowych in Bielsko-Biała, Studio Miniatur Filmowych, Se-Ma-For Studio, and the Poznań-based Telewizyjne Studio Filmów Animowanych, the National Audiovisual Institute, Kino RP, and Foto-kody.pl.