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R-Rated Classics into Pixar Style Art

What happens when you mix Pixar Art Style with well-known R-Rated classics, an incredible and yet funny pieces of art from a book entitled: "Movies R-Fun". Well Josh Cooley is the man behind the book and as a Story Artist at Pixar Animation Studios; he sure does know his craft. I hope you'll be able to find all the movie titles! For more information about Josh Cooley, you can visit his website at CooleyCooley.Blogspot.ca and check out his store at Cooley via BigCartel.com. All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley All Rights to Josh Cooley

The Incredible Evolution of Pixar

No one makes animated movies quite like Pixar. With 23 years, 10 films, and 22 Academy Awards under their belt, the incredible guys over at Pixar Animation Studios keep getting better and better with each passing year. Last week we received a suggestion from one of our readers about doing a post on Up, their latest masterpiece. I thought this was an excellent idea, but I also think that their other films deserve some recognition too. So here I bring you a collection of all the Pixar feature films to date plus some of their shorts at the end. My all-time favorite Pixar short is Presto!, so definitely be sure to check that one out ;) Actually, now that I come to think of it, Toy Story 2 was the first film I ever saw in theatres (to my memory). I was seven :) Have an idea for the next post? Send me your suggestions via facebook or twitter! Feature Films Of course everybody remembers the classics like Toy Story. I should probably admit that I wasn't too crazy for The Incredibles and Cars though. But after Ratatouille they just get better and better. Toy Story, 1995 A Bug's Life, 1998 Toy Story 2, 1999 Monsters, Inc., 2001 Finding Nemo, 2003 The Incredibles, 2004 Cars, 2006 Ratatouille, 2007 WALL-E, 2008 (came out on my birthday :D) Up, 2009 Short Films It's seriously amazing to see how much these guys have evolved and how much emotion they're able to portray in a few short minutes of little to no dialogue. Enjoy! The Adventures of André and Wally B., 1984 Tin Toy, 1988 For the Birds, 2000 Boundin', 2003 One Man Band, 2005 Lifted, 2006 Presto, 2008 Partly Cloudy, 2009 (preview)