Who won the Doodle for Google contest 2012?
We run Doodle 4 Google competitions all around the world (and if you just search our site for ‘doodle 4 google’ you can see the winners from over the years) and today the whole doodle team was able to come to New York City to celebrate the 2012 US winner, Dylan Hoffman.
How do I see old Google Doodles?
If you missed yesterday’s Doodle or just want to see what was used years in the past, Google has a historical archive. At google.com/doodles, there’s a complete historical archive of every Doodle that’s ever been on the homepage.
Can I play old Google Doodles?
Occasionally, the doodle is an actual game that you can play. All of these games are archived and can be played after their time on the homepage has passed.
What is the Doodle for Google competition?
The Doodle for Google Competition (the ” Contest “) is designed to encourage eligible U.S. school students and their parents/guardians on their behalf (” Entrant (s)” or “You “) to use their creativity to create their own interpretation of the Google logo.
Who won the 2021 Doodle for Google national contest?
Congratulations to the 2021 Doodle for Google National Winner, Milo Golding! Milo from Kentucky won our contest this year with his Doodle titled “Finding Hope.” Google is honored to award Milo with a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 technology award for his school. See more inspirational art from our National Finalists:
What are the rules for submitting a Doodle to a contest?
The doodle is not the subject of any actual or threatened litigation or claim. The Entrant does not include any disparaging remarks relating to the Sponsor or a third party. The submitted doodle is two-dimensional and scannable (e.g., no videos or GIFs)
Where can I find the National winner’s Doodle?
The National Winner’s doodle will be placed on www.google.com by the end of 2021 in the United States for one day.