Pixar’s Casts of Characters Surround its Classic Logo


Mexico-based Fabricio84 created this sweet collection of free wallpapers that feature Pixar’s delightful cast of characters. Starting from Pixar’s breakout film, Toy Story, to my favorite, Up, he’s taken some of the characters we all know and love and wonderfully integrated them into Pixar’s classic logo.

The Pixar production logo is widely recognized because it appears at the beginning and end of most Pixar films. Thoughout the years, there have been some incredibly clever variations to it which almost always involve Luxo Jr, the happy, hopping desk lamp that squashes down the letter “I” in Pixar and then shines his bright light towards the camera.

Notice how in each of these wallpapers, the artist has also replaced the letter “I” with a delightful character.










Pixar Planet website



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