Since 1995, Pixar has released a steady stream of award-winning animated films. First came Toy Story, then Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc., The Incredibles, and most recently Toy Story 3. (You can revisit Pixar’s classics in this wonderful little tribute video.) Getting inside Pixar Studios has never been easy. But last week The New York Times pulled it off, producing a six minute video that takes you through the studios designed by Steve Jobs himself, and inside Pixar’s patented animation process – a process that combines more traditional and cutting-edge elements.

Note: This video tour also appears on Vimeo and YouTube.

H/T @matthiasrascher


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  • adee s says:

    Hi,

    i watched these videos and shared them with my friends on both fbuk n twitter. open culture is a daily destination for me and when i came today, i was actually surprised to find no comment on this piece.
    to think of it, even i didn’t comment in the first place!
    rectifying my mistake, i would like to thank u guys for putting up such informative and beautiful article here. thanks a lot. really :)

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