“What better place to dream than in Paris?”

-Remy (Ratatouille)

Set in Paris recently attended the “Pixar – 25 Years of Animation” exposition, which opened its doors in 2010 in California, and has since moved to Hong Kong and Amsterdam. Now the exposition has stopped in Paris at Art Ludique Le Musée, situated right on the River Seine.

Perfect for all ages and fans of Pixar films, the exposition reveals the stages of production from the very first hand-drawn character sketches, to the end result of every feature and short film respectfully, created by the studio.

The artwork is fascinating, and the precision that Pixar puts into each film is unbelievable.

Some highlights of the exposition are the Toy Story Zoetrope,

(Don't know what this is? That's okay, we've done the research for you!)

and the final Artscape presentation, which is a feast for the senses.

Image Courtesy of Harsh Light (via Flickr)

Re-experience your favorite Pixar moments, and take a glimpse at the “what might have been” of your favorite characters.

Tickets range from 6,5-14€, and the exposition will be open in Paris until March 2nd.

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