My Pixar and Dreamworks Infographic

Originally posted on Screened.com, but I thought I could share it with the Bombers as well. 
 
Started working on this before Kung Fu Panda 2 and Cars 2 were released (Panda 2 may have just been released) and then just forgot about it until yesterday. So that's the reason those two movies aren't featured in here. Experimented with a ton of different color pallets and ended up with this one. Found a similar color pallet on the interwebs which I tweaked a bunch until I thought I'd found something that was relatively easy on the eyes. 
 
Hopefully the graphic speaks for itself, if not, then I have failed. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. :) 
       
 
As always, I appreciate all the feedback you guys give! :)
24 Comments
24 Comments
Posted by Mushir
Originally posted on Screened.com, but I thought I could share it with the Bombers as well. 
 
Started working on this before Kung Fu Panda 2 and Cars 2 were released (Panda 2 may have just been released) and then just forgot about it until yesterday. So that's the reason those two movies aren't featured in here. Experimented with a ton of different color pallets and ended up with this one. Found a similar color pallet on the interwebs which I tweaked a bunch until I thought I'd found something that was relatively easy on the eyes. 
 
Hopefully the graphic speaks for itself, if not, then I have failed. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. :) 
       
 
As always, I appreciate all the feedback you guys give! :)
Posted by LeeJ

reads nicely. good job

Posted by RobotHamster

Really awesome, thanks for posting it.

Posted by SSully

Pretty sweet graph you got going there, any particular reason you made it?

Posted by PeasantAbuse

Looks really good man.  Toy Story 3 is a monster.
Posted by SMTDante89

It's interesting to see how the two companies compare when it comes to how well their movies perform at the box office. Thanks for posting this.

Posted by Aronman789

Damn, Flushed Away must have sucked really bad.

Posted by Redbullet685

Surprised that Shrek 3 did better than Ratatouille, and Madagascar 2 did better than Wall-E

Posted by Yanngc33

I didn't even know there was a second Madagascar...

Edited by mnzy

I thought Wall·e (yeah I looked for that dot) did better, one of my favourites.

Posted by MariachiMacabre

@Redbullet685 said:

Surprised that Shrek 3 did better than Ratatouille, and Madagascar 2 did better than Wall-E

Especially when you consider how shitty Shrek 3 and Madagascar 2 were and how good/great Ratatouille and Wall-E were respectively.

Edited by sionweeks

Interesting, great job with the presentation!

Posted by Mushir

Thanks a lot guys! 
 
@SSully said:

Pretty sweet graph you got going there, any particular reason you made it?

I've been a huge Pixar fan for a long time now and wanted to see how their movies compare to their biggest competitor. Ofcourse I knew that the Pixar movies would win critically, but I wasn't so sure about the gross and budget and stuff. I also think numbers and graphs are interesting, so, there you go! :)
Posted by DrPockets000

Interesting graph, well done!

Posted by imsh_pl

WALL-E was awesome.

Posted by Mikemcn

Pixar wins i guess.

Posted by wolf_blitzer85

Haha Antz.

Posted by BeachThunder

Looking nice. If you want some critique - maybe use the same font/style for everything. Also, perhaps the budget colour could be a lighter shade of the companies' colour (so, for Pixar; orange and then a lighter orange). Maybe lighten up the red as well, at least to me, it seems a bit dark.

Posted by SSully

@Twilight: Well you did an awesome job. It was pretty odd, I just finished watching 'A Pixar Story' on netflix, the documentry about pixar, and I came on to visit your thread first. If you have never seen the doc I highly recommend it. Any huge Pixar fan will have a great time watching it.

Posted by Mushir
@SSully: Thanks a lot man! I've seen it actually, twice even. It's really a great and inspiring documentary!
Posted by evilrazer

Great job you did there, duder. Loved your graph.

Posted by cnlmullen

Wow, that's really interesting. Dreamworks makes more movies and spends more, but per capita Pixar wins.

Posted by ajamafalous

I really dig the color combinations you used. Looks really nice.

Posted by afrofools

I like Pixar and I don't really like DreamWorks. In my opinion DreamWorks copies Pixar's current/last theme (Ants, Fish, Monsters, Aliens). Though it seems DreamWorks is getting more original now and Pixar is doing more sequels... times are changing. Anyway I really like your infographic, do you do design to put food on the table or is this a hobby?Doesn't look amateur anyway :)