Logo Designs : Unique Google Doodles

300+ Creative Google Logos

Google does a lot of interesting things, of which one of the most popular being periodically changing their logo to reflect current events. In the past 10 years we have had the pleasure of seeing quite a few fascinating and delightful logo designs. Most often we see these imaginative logos around holidays, including Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and other popular holidays. We are often surprised to see new logos unexpectedly, most recently for the 40th anniversary of Comic-Con. Outlined here are over 300 of the most brilliantly designed Google logos.

30 Creative Google Doodles

As I’m a Google lover and I really like their Doodle for Google idea I’ve decided to get some cool samples of the Doodles to show here to you. The official Google logo was designed by Ruth Kedar and it is well known to all users. The logo became so familiar that Google visitors and also some designers started sending drawings and ideas for Google to apply to the their logo. The idea to keep constantly changing the logo was so good that they have already a huge amount of doodles at the Holidays Logos page to show. Personally I really would like to have the talent to produce a doodle, but while I can’t, here some of the best already produced

Google Doodles from Different Countries You Haven’t Seen

Recently when I visited the Google official Doodle page, and found that Google has made a big change of it. Google has released their complete doodles databse to public. In the past you only able to see some limited doodles collection from the Google official doodle page only, but now you can browser a full set of doodle from different country for various holidays and events. I believe most of them are designed by Dennis Hwang (The official Google Doodle Design Artist) and some are designed by various artists.

Legendary Google Doodles

Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists.
In 1999, the concept of the doodle was born when Google founders Larry and Sergey played with the corporate logo to indicate their attendance at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert. A stick figure drawing was placed behind the 2nd “O” in the word, Google and the revised logo was intended as a comical message to Google users that the founders were “out of office”.