Answer: Luxo Jr.
Pixar Animation Studios has produced many of the smash hit children's movies about the last two decades including Up Monsters, Inc. Toy Story Cars WALL-E and Finding Nemo . Despite the abundance of recognizable and beloved characters from these movies that could serve as Pixar's mascot, their mascot is a nod to their earliest in the world of CGI
Luxo Jr. went on to serve as the mascot for the animation house and appears at the beginning and end of every film in the Pixar logo sequence. In the default sequence, Luxo Jr. comes out, checks on the logo, jumps on the “i” in it, and then stomps the “i” into the ground before shining his light at the audience. Movies often have custom sequences incorporating elements and characters from the movie into the sequence with Luxo, Jr. In the WALL-E sequence, for example, Luxo Jr.'s bulb burns out and WALL-E comes to the rescue, replacing it with an energy-efficient fluorescent one.
Luxo, Jr. is the only thing from Pixar's original film to make repeat appearances. The small rubber ball (the Luxo Ball) that Luxo Sr. and Jr. playing with in the short movie has appeared appearances in almost every Pixar movie since then as a small Easter egg.