Disney’s A113 Easter Egg



The next time you watch a Disney film, keep your eye out for the easter egg A113. Imgur user TheGhostWhoHatesSpills gathered 24 examples of how Disney and Pixar films constantly use A113 whenever they need a number. That number is everywhere! Have you ever noticed it before?

The explanation is kind of simple. It’s a classroom number at California Institute of the Arts, used by graphic arts and animation students. It is found in not only Disney films, but in many other movies and television shows in which CalArts graduates have a hand, as an homage to their alma mater -and a wink and nod to other animators. There’s a list of them at Wikipedia.

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