The Science Museum is currently hosting the Pixar: 20 Years of Animation exhibition in London.
The exhibition examines the work of Pixar's world-class artist team, and includes 250 drawings and paintings, 50 sculptures, and computer-generated multimedia artworks.
The exhibition offers artistic and technological insight into the studio's hugely successful movies ranging from 'Toy Story', 'A Bug's Life', 'Toy Story 2', 'Monsters Inc.', Finding Nemo', 'The Incredibles', and the forthcoming Disney presentation of the Pixar film 'Cars'.
John Lasseter‚ executive vice president‚ creative‚ Pixar Animation Studios‚ said: "Our artists work in traditional media - hand drawings‚ painting‚ sculpture as well as the computer - to create our films. In our world the computer is a tool‚ the same as a pencil or a brush. Our artists create so much beautiful art for each film that most people never get to see‚ so we are grateful that they will now have an opportunity to experience this unique collection of work."
News source: Macworld UK