The 100th Post! – Art of Pixar

Pizar_100_boxSo tonight I thought I would do something a little special for my 100th post (!!) on this blog.  Hard to believe the blog has been going for that long…but it has been a lot of fun and I am enjoying it.  So, no reason to stop!

A few years ago (2005), Chronicle Books published a set of 100 postcards (get it…100th post…100 postcards) to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Pixar Animation PIXAR_100_carsStudios. The set comes in a decorative box that could easily be stored on a book shelf.  The 100 cards cover all of the Pixar films up to the date the set was produced  in 2005 .  I have pulled out two that I liked to show you here.  Each card shows the artwork on the front (obviously) and a brief description on the back along with the artist responsible for the work.  The cards are all copyrighted Disney Enterprises Inc. and Pixar Animation Studios.  For the price (yes, they are still available at Chronicle Books) you just can’t beat what you get here.  Part of me wants to tape a bunch of these on the wall in my office, but then I kind of want to preserve the set.  They also have a Marvel comics set, and DC comics set.  Pretty tempting…

Pixar_100_incredChecklist Update

The latest updates to the functionality of the checklist tool have been made.  There are a couple minor things that just aren’t right…but they are minor.  Now that the functionality is mostly where I want it, I will be making design improvements real soon.  I have not been entering records lately…but that is going to change (significantly) real soon.  So stay tuned for more data in the checklist tool and let me know what you think.

Until next time…

About Todd

Hello. I have been collecting Disneyland postcards and paper items for a few years now and figured I would start to share my collection with any and all who are interested. I actually started blogging on Blogger ( but after a while realized I wanted a dedicated Disney site since it is a fairly niche hobby. Enjoy!
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