Logo in CG, used in shorts.
Version used in Luxo Jr. and Beach Chair.
Logo in CG with Black background
Logo as seen on the Pixar Image Computer.
Logo seen on the Pixar Image Computer workstation unit used for Red's Dream (1987)
Logo seen on the Pixar II unit and monitor.
Logo seen on one of the studio's director's chairs. Note: the arm on the top is that of the studios' president, Ed Catmull.
Logo seen inside the studios. (Pt. Richmond, California)
Luxo Jr. and "Beach Chair" (1986)
Red's Dream (1987) closing
Pixar Image Computer: Image Computing (1988)
Toy Story 2 (1999) in-film
Pixar Renderman SIGGRAPH '91
Print logo (1995–present)
Print logo (2019–present)
Logo without the Animation Studios text
Logo as A Pixar Animation Studios film (1998–present)
Logo as Disney/Pixar (2001–2006)
Logo as Disney/Pixar (1998–1999, 2003, 2007–present)
Logo as Disney/Pixar (Mandarin Variant, 2011–2016)
Logo as Disney/Pixar (Mandarin Variant, 2016–present)
Corporate logo with the lamp character named Luxo Jr. Also used for Toy Story (1995, closing) and Geri's Game (1997, opening).
Corporate logo as of 2019.
Used in Toy Story (1995) to Ratatouille (2007) in Full-screen
Used in the Scope trailer of A Bug's Life (1998) and fully utilized in Toy Story (1995) to The Incredibles (2004) till Ratatouille (2007). Last used in the teaser trailer for WALL-E (2008).
Used from A Bug's Life (1998) to Finding Nemo (2003). Last used in the teaser trailer for The Incredibles (2004).
Used in the Scope trailer of A Bug's Life (1998) and fully utilized in Toy Story 2 (1999) to Your Friend The Rat (2007)
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000–2001)
20th anniversary version. As seen from Cars (2006)
Presto (2008): This version looks like a old film.
The second anarmorphic logo used from WALL-E (2008) till the end of Incredibles 2 (2018).
Used from Up (2009) until Bao (2018)
First used for the 3D release of Up (2009) as well as the 3D releases of most PIXAR films and shorts.
Cars 2 (2011, Frame B) teaser trailer
First used for the 3D release of Cars 2 (2011) as well as 3D releases of anamorphic PIXAR films and shorts.
Toy Story Toons (2011–2012)
LEGO The Incredibles (2018)
Incredibles 2 (2018, Bluray, DVD and Digital promo)
The current anamorphic logo first revealed from Onward (2020) teaser trailer and used since Toy Story 4 (2019)
Toy Story 4 (2019) closing.
Seen in Disney+ exclusive series starting with Forky asks a Question (2019)