Google Doodles Competition
Google in the United Kingdom is holding a competition for British school kids to have their art featured on the Google UK homepage for a day. Kids between 4 and 18 are asked to create a logo that represents what it means to be British. They will also get to travel to Google offices in California to help Dennis Hwang design a logo for the Google homepage.
Previous doodles by Hwang have celebrated the birthday of Vincent van Gogh
, Frank Lloyd Wright
, and many more here.
I think the logos are rather cool. It shows that a multi-billion dollar company can remain a little quirky and not take everything so seriously.
Dennis Hwang, Google's Master Doodler, said: "British kids are already using Google as a research and education tool. Now we are giving them the chance to use our homepage to talk to the rest of the world about their country and its values. I'm hoping we'll see some extremely imaginative and expressive designs. We certainly did last year."
See more information about the Google Doodle Competition here.
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