Though Steve Jobs is best known as the CEO of Apple, Apple wasn't the only company he ran in his lifetime. Among the others was animation studio Pixar, which he helped found. Originally part of LucasFilm, Jobs became the majority shareholder in 1986 and became CEO in the mid-90s. Though Jobs eventually sold the company to Disney, he's a massive part in Pixar's history. When the company struggled in its early years, Jobs invested his own money to keep things going.
This week, the studio is honoring the man that helped them get things off the ground. 9to5 Mac reports that Pixar is dedicating its main office building to the late Apple CEO. The site points to the photo below, which was tweeted by a Pixar employee on Monday night.
Pixar was sold to Disney in 2006 and the transaction saw Steve Jobs assume a seat on Disney's board of directors (he also became Disney's largest shareholder). Still, it's nice to know the folks at Pixar haven't forgotten Jobs' role in films like Toy Story, A Bug's Life, and other animated classics produced by Pixar.