For a long time, Internet users have become familiar with changes in Google\'s homepage. Normally, people find Google doodles on birthdays, holidays, special events, celebrations and anniversaries. Started from 1998, Google have been creating customized logos in a collection of interesting interpretations of "Google". Among all of the logos, the Pac-Man is the first playable doodles. The logos people see day to day are mainly designed by Google doodlers – including Michael Lopez as the chief doodler and four additional doodlers. Furthermore, Google holds competition named Doodle4Google which encourages all students to create their own Google doodles. Here are the most notable Google noodles through time.
The first doodle of Google was showed off in 1998. The ever-first one by Larry Ellison and Sergey Brin was to honor the annual Burning Man Project.
The “Pi Day” doodle happens to appear on the birthday of Albert Einstein. The cute drawing features a picture of Einstein and his famous formula in the shape of an artwork.
The doodler team at Google decide to honor the 50th Anniversary of the LEGO Brick in January 2008.
March 14 may be another day of the year to most people. However, the giant search widely celebrates the Pi Day – 14th March by a special doodle filled with some of choice geometry formulas.
This animated doodle on September 8th 2010 is released on the day of new Google Instant search feature introduction.
Katsushika Hokusai\'s Great Wave
On the birthday of printmaker and painter Katsushika Hokusai, Google\'s Japanese homepage turns into the famous picture “Great Wave”
In a week long in March, 2002, Google runs a series of doodles by cartoonist Scott Adams to make a story thanks to different comic panel for each day.
2007 Valentine\'s Day is celebrated by Google with a chocolate dipped strawberry which was designed by Google doodler Dennis Hwang.
Google logo turns into an unreadable doodle in the shape of a bar code to honor the 57th anniversary of the invention.
The doodle is designed to honor the Farmville’s 30th birthday.
Google spots a play button to set the animated video named “Imagine” to celebrate legend John Lennon\'s 70th birthday.
In the holiday season of 2010, Google displays a series of 17 holiday events from all corners of the world.
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