We're always on the look out for the cool and unusual around the big World Wide Web and today we bring you -- via Slashfilm -- a gallery celebrating the 25th anniversary of Pixar, hosted by an art blog called Planet-Pulp.
But first -- yes, that's right, it's hard to believe that it's been 25 years since Pixar was founded -- and 16 years since the release of 'Toy Story.' Pixar was founded February 3, 1986, when Steve Jobs bought the computer graphics division of Lucasfilm and made it into an independent company. Pixar's first short was 'Red's Dream' in 1987; for the next eight years they concentrated on commercials until the release -- with Disney -- of 'Toy Story' in 1995. And the rest, as they say, is history. You can find a neat, official Pixar timeline at the company's site.