A Quick Review of Google Doodles 2012
Google has been creating several Doodles with witty designs combining with the logo to mark a particular event or person – since 1998. The very first Doodle marked the Burning Man festival, which is held annually in the Nevada desert. Doodles are a great way to spend time on the giant’s home page, itself. We all have been captivated by the presence of these doodles. Children have spent time either playing with them or reading about the history depicted through them. From geeks to children, Google’s complex art had stories for everyone and will continue for years. Years come and go, if we start counting the doodles right from the beginning, I think we would not be able to end up the list today itself in this post. So, Today we like to showcase some amazing doodles from the past year.
From going retro to enabling us to perform live streaming to celebrating the Olympics to informing us about festivals and people who have created a benchmark for all of us, Google touched everything that was historic and important. This gives us a reason to do a quick recap from the past year…!
The New Year’s Eve Doodle has been created by clubbing the ones from the past year. To specify, the Doodles made for Halloween and Brothers Grimm were the most interactive from the year 2012. Here, we have selected a few Doodles that have made a lasting impact on the minds of people all over. Happy Doodling…!