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NEW KID’s got spark. Google just plugged him into the lineup, and he delivered.The tech titan’s newest charge is Mark Holmes, and today, the artist trots out one beautiful Doodle — his second one ever.Read full article >>
Throws metal strips in saltwater, changes world forever
Google has created a Doodle to celebrate Laura Ingalls Wilder’s 148th birthday. The image features Wilder and her older sister Mary Ingalls. Follow this link to learn more about the creative process behind this piece. In the past, Google...Show More Summary
Google has created an animated Doodle to celebrate Langston Hughes’ 113th birthday. The image pays homage to the famed African-American writer’s poem “I Dream a World.” The video embedded above features music from the Boston Typewriter...Show More Summary
Yesterday would have been the 113th birthday of famed gay poet and activist Langston Hughes. Google marked the occasion with the below Google Doodle. (Tipped by JMG reader David)
Langston Hughes was a poet, fiction writer and activist who was greatly influenced by Harlem, jazz and African American life and art. Google celebrates the late Hughes’ 113th birthday with a Google Doodle. An animated caricature of Hughes...Show More Summary
Google has begun manufacturing human skin for research at its Life Sciences facility, and it actually has nothing to do with designing disguises for the cyborgs that walk among us.
Ekua Holmes is a painter and collagist, who mixes brilliant and vibrant color sense with a keen observation of personal interactions and urban life. And today the Roxbury Mass. artist is having a day like no other, as she was selected to create the MLK Day Google Doodle, which greets millions of web users as they use the search engine.
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Eleven-year-old Audrey Zhang of New York is the winner of the seventh annual U.S. Doodle 4 Google competition. She directed a team of Doodlers as they created the first animated Doodle in the history of the children's logo design competition.
The short animation celebrates the lengths we travel for family
It appears Google really wants you to spend your Christmas watching "The Interview." Just check out the note at the bottom of its festive Doodle. Yesterday, Google began streaming "The Interview" on Google Play and YouTube, a week after Sony allegedly approached the search engine giant asking for help distributing the film. Show More Summary
If you happened to type Google.com into your browser yesterday you saw a wintery doodle by one Eleanor Davis, a illustrator who created four seasonal doodles for the search giant this year. These were all fantastic doodles, but her sketches that Google didn't run are pure gold. Read more...
If you saw Sunday's adorable Google Doodle GIF celebrating the first day of winter, you might have thought the Doodle's colorful, playful style seemed familiar. That's because this is the fourth of cartoonist Eleanor Davis' series of Doodles celebrating the four seasons, which ran throughout 2014. Show More Summary
As the world and the year turn on their hinges. Not many of us going to regret seeing the back of this one… Today’s Google Doodle is cute, at least. Apart from tending the bonfires, what’s on the agenda for this shortest day? This space reserved for your ad.
By Tom Spurgeon slight redesign at 2D Cloud. New -- or at least newish -- comics features, too. in case you missed it, the permanent google doodles page has those that you may have missed, like yesterday's Kate Beaton effort on behalf of Henrietta Edwards. we're still in the midst of comiXology's fine "12 Days Of Free Comics!" promotion. Show More Summary
Huzzah! Canada's Google Doodle today celebrates the 165th birthday of Henrietta Edwards, an activist who ensured women were recognized as persons under Canadian law. During her lifetime, Edwards also established Canada's first YWCA,Show More Summary