About Google’s Logo Doodler Dennis Hwang.
Google doodles, the drawings that are designed on, around and through the Google logo on the Google home page, have long been part of Google’s history. As a Google intern in 2000, Google Webmaster Dennis Hwang began celebrating and marking worldwide events and holidays with doodles. Since then, the work of the doodle team has been seen by millions and reached cult status, with fans waiting with bated breath to see the next creation on the Google homepage.
Google: doodle4google doodler
My Top five Doodles from 2001:
Chinese New Year
January 24th 2001
History.com: The Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival as it’s been called since the 20th century
March 17th 2001
Wilstar.com: St.Patrick’s Day
July 4th 2001
History.com: Independence Day, commonly known as July 4th or the Fourth of July
Claude Monet’s Birthday
November 14th 2001
Wikipedia: Claude Monet
Holiday Series 2001 (4th of 4)
December 25th 2001
Holiday of Lights: Holiday Traditions Around the World
Doodle 4 Google: Time lapse video of Google Doodle creation
A time lapse video that shows Chief Google Doodler Dennis Hwang draw a Google Doodle from start to finish. He creates a doodle that commemorates the Lunar New Year and invites students to join the Doodle 4 Google art competition.