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Pixar Logo 1986 Print

Pixar's first logo, based on the design of their image computers, was nicknamed "the BSD" (Beveled Square with a Dent), a play on the Berkeley Software Distribution version of Unix that Pixar used. The wordmark below the logo was created by John Lasseter with a stone cutter.

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During the production of Toy Story in 1994, Pixar dropped the square logo in favor of a wordmark set in the Charlemagne Bold typeface. This identity was created by Pixar employee Pete Docter.

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