Cartoons come alive in Hong Kong for Pixar's 35th anniversary

Don’t worry, the lamp does not jump on the ball in this art installation in Hong Kong. — Harbour City

Pixar turns 35 this year and fans around the world have been finding interesting ways to celebrate the occasion, or to just show their appreciation for the animation house.

Some public libraries in the United States, for example, have come up with lists of Pixar-related books, films and games that fans can check out from their digital archives. There are also independent film companies, film editors, artists and designers who have created artworks and video montages to commemorate the anniversary.

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