As Pixar has expanded their portfolio, their tradition of placing Easter Eggs in the films and shorts has also expanded as has their options. Their latest movie, Toy Story 4, includes references to every single Pixar film ever created.

Every time a new movie is released, fans scour the frames to find these so-called Easter Eggs that not only reference historical Pixar films and shorts but also what may be to come.

When Google Street View captured Toy Story Land, Disney planted some “Easter Eggs” in the land as a nod to Pixar’s tradition of placing Easter Eggs in their films and shorts. These hidden gems are subtle, but they’re lots of fun when you find them!

Disney and Pixar worked together to create eight unique Easter Eggs hidden throughout Toy Story Land in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Let’s take a look at these side-by-side photos!

1 – Sid

A guest is posed as Sid, the scary kid from Toy Story. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

A guest is posed as Sid, the scary kid from Toy Story. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

2 – Cars Reference

Another guest can be spotted sporting a “McQueen 95” shirt while standing in front of Slinky Dog Dash. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Another guest can be spotted sporting a “McQueen 95” shirt while standing in front of Slinky Dog Dash. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

3 – Coco Reference

Coco was released long after the first Toy Story movie, but you can spot a guest serenading us with Miguel’s guitar.Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Coco was release long after the first Toy Story movie, but you can spot a guest serenading us with Miguel’s guitar.Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

4 – Pizza Planet Truck

A mom shows her child (in a Disney stroller) a toy version of the Pizza Planet Truck, which appears in every Toy Story film. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

A mom shows her child (in a Disney stroller) a toy version of the Pizza Planet Truck, which appears in every Toy Story film. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

5 – Branding

Buy n Large is a fictional brand appearing in every Pixar film; apparently this guest has connections. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Buy n Large is a fictional brand appearing in every Pixar film; apparently this guest has connections. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

6 – A113

A113 also appears in every Pixar film in a variety of forms including A-113, A1-13, or A11-3. The sequence is an allusion to a classroom at California Institute of the Arts where famous Pixar artists including John Lasseter, Tim Burton, and Brad Bird took graphic design and character animation classes. The code can also be found in Disney movies and Simpsons, Family Guy, Rugrats, South Park, and American Dad! episodes and in video games. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

A113 also appears in every Pixar film in a variety of forms including A-113, A1-13, or A11-3. The sequence is an allusion to a classroom at California Institute of the Arts where famous Pixar artists including John Lasseter, Tim Burton, and Brad Bird took graphic design and character animation classes. The code can also be found in Disney movies and Simpsons, Family Guy, Rugrats, South Park, and American Dad! episodes and in video games. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

7 – The Blue Umbrella

The Blue Umbrella, the short that appeared before the Monsters University movie, is referenced in this Street View. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Blue Umbrella, the short that appeared before the Monsters University movie, is referenced in this Street View. Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

8 – Nemo Reference

Do you think this luggage tag is for 42 Wallaby Way Sydney? Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Do you think this luggage tag is for 42 Wallaby Way Sydney? Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Do you enjoy finding Pixar Easter Eggs?