Pixar, the film studio Steve Jobs saved in the 1980s, has immortalized the late Apple CEO's name.
The main building at the company's film studio is now officially called The Steve Jobs Building, according to a report from The Pixar Times.
Jobs injected $5 million into Pixar in the mid-1980s when it was struggling to survive, and later bought the entire company. He eventually sold Pixar to Disney in 2006 for $7.4 billion, but not before it produced several critically acclaimed movies.
Pixar is famous for creating such animated hits as Toy Story. Jobs passed last year, succumbing to a variety of long-term health problems.