They could, in fact, be decidedly three dimensional. That’s because, this year, Google is letting contestants submit Doodles made from anything they want. In 2015, Google received more than 100,000 entries from students across the United States. The word “Google” in Johnson’s doodle is drawn like a hair braid. She painted the word “power” in black, and drew the image of a woman’s fist that comes from one of her favorite artists.

We are overwhelmed to see great participation from talented and creative young artists year-on-year since 2009. With Doodle4Google competition, we aim to celebrate and promote creativity, passion, and imagination in our younger users. The designs for this year’s theme “If I could create something for India, I would” were incredibly creative across all grade groups. The designs for this year’s theme “If I could teach anyone anything, it would be” were incredibly creative across all grade groups. And now, the time has finally come to announce the winner of this year’s Doodle 4 Google contest. With a theme as limitless as “What I see for the future…”, we knew the artwork would be out of this world—and with all the Doodles set in space, we were not disappointed!

If I could create anything it would be to recreate the stories my granmother told me when I was young. I would create a world where people would be free of illness and disaibility. They would no longer be subjected to painful medications or have to use equipment. They would not be treated differently and everyone in this world will be equal.

The theme for the year’s contest was “If I could invent anything, I would invent …”. The winner, Cindy Tang, a Grade 11 student from Dr. Norman Bethune Collegiate Institute, Toronto, got to siete gotas meaning see her Doodle on the Google homepage on February 26. Smore helps you create amazing pages that you’d be proud to share. The days of posting a newsletter around the neighborhood are over.

I gave him multicoloured legs because I love rainbows. I used all the letters from Google as parts of my robot, the G’s are ears, the O’s are eyes and the L and E are my Robots power switches connected with curly cables. My mummy and daddy have brought me into town and I saw lots of people who don’t have any houses to go to.

Google is inviting Indian children to doodle their ideas on diversity. Now Indian children will get a chance to have their work of art put online. The doodles are fleeting because they are up usually for a day. Internet giant Google on Saturday created an innovative doodle celebrating the 14th Special Olympics World Summer Games that will run here July 25-August 2. This doodle for google represents that scientists can find new ways of finding better efficient energy to prevent climate change. If I could create anything…..The thing I would create would be the worlds 1st time machine, for time travel it would be great.

The L is a needle to represent something against every disease and the E crosses out war to represent peace. If I could create anything I would make a teddy making machine, a beautiful garden for mice to play in and a rocket for the teddies and animals to play in. The winners of the Doodle 4 Google contest could look different than ever before.

They have to sleep in sleeping bags on the street or cardboard boxes. I want to create a world where everyone has a home. If I could create anything it would be homes for all the homeless people. My invention is a weather machine, so people could use it to change the weather.

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