Doodling Google

Google haves one of the most recognizable logos in history. That is what I think. I like that they change their logo to commemorate special or important events in history or just holidays not only in US but in other countries. I have try to collect them but it is not easy cause if you dont do a websearch every single day you might pass by some of the great logos.

I always wondered who made this Google logos and guess what I found the doodler of google logos. The creator of all this great logos is Dennis Hwang. He is in charge of all of Google's webmasters, and designing the logos is still only about 20 percent of his job. He started officially making special doodles back on 2000 at the request of Larry Page and Sergey Brin, for a logo celebrating Bastille Day, and has been designing the specialty logos ever since.

I kept doing some more research and found Google Logos Collection. This site contains a huge collection of google logos. So that was like a great found for me. I can now see most of the logos created by him and others [fans] for google or using the google logo. In you can find the more "international" affair of Google doodles. I think this opens the doors to other illustrators, graphic artists and artists in general.

I was going to put up so logos but on the Google page and I will honor it.

"We have a variety of logos commemorating holidays and events. We've put them in this online museum for your amusement. Please do not use them elsewhere. And please, don't feed the kangaroo. If you would like to include a link to Google on your site, please use one of our official logo stickers."

They have also put up some contests and you can check those logos on that page too. Right now they are holding a contest with students in the US called Doodles 4 Google. The prizes are huge for the school and the winners of the contest.