Speaking of no credit...Who did these?I luvs them.Almost as much as I luvs Apollo and the Flying Tomato.
I was just wondering the same thing. They're great illustrations... Google should credit them!
i wanted to know too! theyre awesome!
Wow, I must be blind, because I totally didn't notice those. They are brilliantly done, and now I want to know who did them!
Yeah no kidding. I was wondering the same thing. There's a Syd Mead-i-ness to them.
They remind me of one of my teachers at CCS Don Kilpatrick.
You might try sending a twitter to twitter.com/mgaiman - that's Neil Gaiman's sone, Michael, and he works at Google in San Francisco.
Wow, those are fantastic!
At one time all the logos were the work of an in-house designer, Dennis Hwang, but I don't think that's still the case.Google is now running a contest for K-12, called Doodle4Google, for logo designs.
They're solid. Go team USA!!!!
Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!_____________________________Sociology Dissertation
Here's a fantastic collection of "Google Doodles" from around the world:http://thedesigninspiration.com/articles/google-doodles-from-different-countries-you-havent-seen/
New article on Google doodles - http://www.cnn.com/2010/TECH/02/24/google.logo.doodles/index.html?hpt=C2They should be crediting people!
I was trying to find out who did these logos also and found this article about them:http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_14373113Evidently it's a group within google that does these. These are particularly awesome doodles. I luv them too!
do you have a contact email? can't find it.. :(cheers, lennard schuurmans
i asked myself the same...saludos desde argentina! :)
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