9 Minimalist Posters of Pixar Films

Pixar changed animated film history and pretty much cinema history, taking the quality of content and obviously visuals into another level, being the first to take advantage of technology moving forward and making great movies, and a whole lot of money off of it.

Paying a tribute to the company’s best films, an artist nicknamed as Marcus made some fantastic minimalist posters that are also on sale.

A Bug’s Life

One of Pixar’s earlier hits (1998), it’s actually a retelling of the Aesop’s fable “The Ant and the Grasshopper.”


Brave is the latest feature film by Pixar, which kind of a renovation for Pixar, who completely rewrote their animation system for the first time in 25 years to make the visuals much more complex.


One of only two Pixar films or series to have an entire non-human cast. The movies are probably the weakest on the Pixar roster, but it is a merchandise monster, with an estimated $5 billion in sales.

Finding Nemo

After 13 years (from 2003 to 2016), Finding Nemo is going to get a sequel. It is he best-selling DVD of all time, with over 40 million copies sold. It made over $900 million in the box office on a budget of under $100 million.

Monsters, Inc.

Pixar’s first movie of the first millennium will get a 2013, 3-D re-release in theaters in 2012, followed by the release of a prequel, Monsters University, due in 2013.


The proof that chef rats have market with moviegoers, and included the director (Brad Bird) interning in a French interested to make the movie and better.

Toy Story

Toy Story 3 is rare sequel that’s the best film in the series, especially being a second sequel, and is also the most succesful animated film in history.


The first animated and 3D film to open the Cannes film festival in 2009, Up is probably the most surprising hit Pixar had, featuring an old man and a little fat kid on a flying house landing in an exotic land.


WALL-E ranks first in TIME‘s “Best Movies of the Decade”.

For anyone interested in buying the prints, go here.