The famous American animation studio named one of its buildings after the co-founder of Apple, dcd a year ago.
It is to pay tribute to Steve Jobs that the famous animation studio Pixar decided to name one of its buildings after the co-founder of Apple, who died in October of last year. The choice of building was not made at random. Located in the center of the Pixar campus, not far from the main entrance to the studio, this building was co-designed by Steve Jobs, who also integrated an atrium to allow Pixar employees to meet and initiate accidental collaborations.
It’s the best way to honor Steve Jobs’s memory. Putting his name above the entrance to the main building reminds those who understand the importance of Steve Jobs for Pixar, as well as his influence on the building itself , crit Samad Rizvi from Pixar Times.
Specializing in the production of films in computer graphics, Pixar Animation Studios was founded in 1986, then bought by Steve Jobs in his Apple deal. This American company has tried to diversify its activities with the production of a computer, the Pixar Image Computer. But it was in the field of animation that the company was profitable with feature films co-produced with Disney from 1995. Pixar was later bought by The Walt Disney Company in 2006 and the studio became a subsidiary of Walt Disney Pictures.
The studio has produced ten animated feature films including Toy Story in 1995, 1001 legs in 1998, Toy Story 2 in 1999, Monsters and Co. in 2001, Le Monde de Nemo in 2003, The Incredibles in 2004, Cars in 2006 , Ratatouille in 2007, WALL-E in 2008, L-haut in 2009, Toy Story 3 in 2010, Cars 2 in 2011 and more recently Rebelle which also ends with a lively tribute to Steve Jobs.
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