Throughout Google’s existence, they have featured several logos commemorating events and holidays. Some of them you have recently seen like the Laser logo, Mother’s day logo and their Earth day logo. In most occasions, the events and holiday logos doesn’t stray far from the original. Some have minimal tweaks like the mother’s day logo while others like the laser and earth day logo are more unique. However, there are rare occasions where Google displayed entirely unusual logos in their website. Check them out below.
125th Birthday of Walter Gropius – May 18 2008
Louis Braille’s Birthday – January 4, 2006
The Dilbert Google Doodle ran for an entire week. Check out the whole week Google Doodle here. – May 20, 2002
A rare animated logo Created by Google’s guest illustrator Lorie Loeb Halloween of 2000 – October 31, 2000
Google’s Easter egg hunt on the results page logo- April 15, 2001
Google April Fool’s Logos
Google opens lunar office – April 1, 2004
For April Fool’s Day (April 1, 2000), Google “launched” MentalPlex technology:
- Remove hat and glasses.
- Peer into MentalPlex circle. DO NOT MOVE YOUR HEAD.
- Project mental image of what you want to find.
- Click or visualize clicking within the MentalPlex circle.
Google reveals PigeonRank technology – April 1, 2002
Some artistic birthday logos for the masters.
Leonardo da Vinci’s Birthday – April 15, 2005
Michelangelo’s Birthday – March 6, 2003
Edvard Munch’s Birthday – December 12, 2006
You can check out their full list (with images of course) of the different holiday logos they used throughout the years here.
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