Google Doodle: 12th Anniversary Birthday Logo ? Homepage Gets Cake
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Twelve years ago, Larry Page and Sergey Brin registered the domain for Google.com, a site which they hoped would revolutionize the very way information is organized on the Web. It's fair to say they succeeded. And today, Google, a multi-billion dollar company based in Mountain View, Calif., is celebrating its 12th birthday with a big, digitized birthday cake logo, courtesy of the American painter Wayne Thiebaud.
Thiebaud is best known for his Pop Art renderings of sweets and candies, making him the perfect candidate to contribute artwork for the Google bash. The cake logo will be displayed for the rest of the day on the Google homepage and on search results pages.
That's a labor of love, and I guess it should be: The one-off logo is evidently a way for Google to celebrate its birthday. The actual anniversary of Google has spurred many questions before, especially when the company "reset" the date so it would coincide with an indexing benchmark.
Google Doodles refers to the art work around and incorporated into the Google logo above the engine's search bar. First introduced in 1998, these doodles often celebrate a holiday, anniversary or birthday, and can be stationary or animated. 2b1af7f3a8