Google Logo Today
December 23, 2010 by USA Post
Google Logo Today, Up on the Housetop was chosen as the new Google Doodle. Google has selected 17 portraits vacation around the world. Each stage creates a set together to paint an overall reconciliation of the logo. What a great way to start the Christmas season! Up on the Housetop have been my favorite holiday portraits! Google launched the holiday season with this new doodle; this is how you’ll celebrate Christmas this year with your family? Creating holiday card this year fell on the wire. The design took five artists from about 250 hours. It will be opened by hundreds of millions of people. You’re on the list. Mr. Lopez is in charge of what Google Inc. calls its “Scribbles,” illustrations that adorn some logo search engine in the U.S. and abroad. Doodles appear throughout the year to commemorate holidays, touchstones of pop culture, landmarks and civic achievements of science. The holiday doodle-one of his most ambitious yet, will get on its home page Thursday morning at 9 am Eastern Time. It will remain on site for 2 ½ days.
“We want to finish the year with a bang,” said Lopez, whose title is chief doodler. For Google, the goal is to restore its image and to engage the legions of people who make more than one billion searches per day, without offending one of them. Google believes it has created over 900 doodles since 1998, with 270 of them running in 2010. Some seem global, and others are adapted to local markets outside the United States, such as Kenya Independence Day. In the past, doodles vacation used gift bows and snowmen to celebrate the season. But since he became leader 18 months ago doodler, Mr. Lopez, 30-year-old has raised the stakes in a creative and technology. This year marked the first video doodle, doodle doodle video games and hologram.
On what would have been the 70th birthday of John Lennon in October, the former Beatle’s glasses were the “bones”, and clicking on the logo has launched a 30-second video with “Imagine” soundtrack. Concept of Mr. Lopez is a doodle for the Google logo representation through 17 interactive scenes portraits vacation around the world. For months, Mr. Lopez had planned unveiling it in stages over three days, ending on Christmas Day.
But when leaders and other Google has seen nearly completed last week doodle, they made an important change: doodle all need to go to an online ad. Suddenly, after working for six months, Mr. Lopez and his team were at the end of the race. Discussions on the doodle holiday began in July. Mr. Lopez met with his team of four artists, including a young graduate Rhode Island School of Design and illustrator of children’s books. They hit around some ideas, and then decided the pictures of the celebrations should focus on food, dance, architecture and textiles.
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