Let's Take You Through Pixar's Journey With 18 Legendary Short Animations


Everybody loves Pixar movies! Pixar revolutionized the animation world with many innovations since it was first founded. Pixar doesn't fail to make short and long animation movies that make it to our favorite list every year. How was this legendary company born? We are going to take you on a journey starting from Pixar's very first animation to the legendary animations they make today. Here are 18 adorable animations that will sum up Pixar's progress.

1. The Adventures of André and Wally B. (1984)

Let's turn the clock back. This is a short animation by John Lasseter working on a project called Lucasfilm Computer Graphics Project in 1984. He created this movie for his son to have fun. Later on, Lucasfilm Computer Graphics Project was renamed as Pixar.

2. Luxo Jr. (1986)

This is the story of two desk lamps playing with a ball.

3. Red's Dream (1987)

The story of a red bike's dream waiting to be sold in a rainy night.

4. Tin Toy (1988)

This little tin toy is trying to run away from the baby. Will he make it?

5. Knick Knack (1989)

The adventure of a snowman living in a snow globe, trying to break free.

6. Geri's Game (1997)

Sweet story of an old man playing chess with himself at the park.

7. For the Birds (2000)

One of the cutest short animations ever made!

8. Boundin' (2003)

The story of a beautiful sheep who gets its feather clipped and goes into depression until a bunny comes...

9. One Man Band (2005)

10. Lifted (2006)

11. Presto (2008)

12. Partly Cloudy (2009)

Everybody knows storks bring the babies. But do you know where they take the babies from?

13. Day & Night (2010)

The story of day and night...

14. La Luna (2011)

15. The Blue Umbrella (2013)

16. Lava (2014)

Let's travel to the tropical islands!

17. Sanjay's Super Team (2015)

A hindu kid with a wild imagination.

18. Piper (2016)

Let's start with the adorable Oscar-nominated short film released in 2016.

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