Can Pixar do no wrong? Not only do they make brilliant feature films and seem as though they are on their way to completing that rarest of things - a trilogy that doesn't sully the original (aka Toy Story 3) - but they always give you two films for the price of one with their brilliant short films often playing just before their brilliant long ones.

The latest of these short masterpieces will be Night & Day which will be played as a warm up to Toy Story 3 coming this summer. Night & Day is the story of two characters, one called Night, one called Day and... well, it's really quite hard to explain.

Watch the short making of video that's just been released after the jump and all will become clear... Can Pixar do no wrong? Not only do they make brilliant feature films and seem as though they are on their way to completing that rarest of things - a trilogy that doesn't sully the original (aka Toy Story 3) - but they always give you two films for the price of one with their brilliant short films often playing just before their brilliant long ones.

The latest of these short masterpieces will be Night & Day which will be played as a warm up to Toy Story 3 coming this summer. Night & Day is the story of two characters, one called Night, one called Day and... well, it's really quite hard to explain. Watching the short making of video that's just been released below should help though.

Here's Pixar's official description of Night and Day: When Day, a sunny fellow, encounters Night, a stranger of distinctly darker moods, sparks fly! Day and Night are frightened and suspicious of each other at first, and quickly get off on the wrong foot. But as they discover each other's unique qualities - and come to realize that each of them offers a different window onto the same world - the friendship helps both to gain a new perspective.

Any clearer? Don't worry, it's being directed by Teddy Newton - who is apparently a big name in the world of computer animation - and the music is by Michael Giacchino who has scored previous Pixar films The Incredibles, Ratatouille and Up.

Watch the making of video below and let us know if you're as excited for this as we are...