Google doodle welcomes 2012 with party
Always innovative and thoughful, Google's doodle on Friday welcomes 2012 with a party. The theme of this year's last doodle is New Year party with hats, balloons and confetti decorating the aphabets.tech reviews Updated: Dec 31, 2011 13:05 IST
Always innovative and thoughful, Google's doodle on Friday welcomes 2012 with a party.
The theme of this year's last doodle is New Year party with hats, balloons and confetti decorating the aphabets.
The New Year doodle is the 260th Google doodle of 2011.
Google recently announced the revamp of its Doodle site (www.google.com/doodles) where all the doodles since 1998 can be seen.
Here's a look at some of the most loved doodles of 2011:
Google created a musical stringed instrument in honour of American jazz and country guitarist, Les Paul's 96th birthday in June.
Queen's lead singer Freddie Mercury's 65th birthday was celebrated with a unique video doodle which played the band's hit song, Don't Stop Me Now.
The 90th birthday of Gumby creator Art Clokey saw a Google doodle featuring characters from the Gumby series.
Google celebrated Charlie Chaplin's 122nd birthday with a video doodle.
Google gave an opportunity to surfers to turn puppeteer for a day with a doodle celebrating the 75th birthday of Muppets creator Jim Henson.
Google celebrated author Jules Verne's 183rd birthday in February with a doodle allowing visitors to navigate underwater scenes straight out of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
On May 11, Google celebrated dancer and choreographer Martha Graham's 117th birthday, with dancing silhouettes performing dance routines.
With an old-fashioned TV set playing footage from actress Lucille Ball's show I Love Lucy, Google's doodle celebrated Bell's 100th birthday anniversary on July 6.
Google went all out to celebrated what would have been children's author Roger Hargreaves' 76th birthday with 16 doodles!
A colorful doodle showing a world of toy houses and animals riding bikes, was Google' way of celebrating the 92nd birthday of children's' book author Richard Scarry.
In India, the most famous Google doodle was the one designed by Varsha Gupta, winners of Doodle4Google India contest. Her doodle illustrated the Google logo with Indian classical music instruments.