Google Doodles launches a full archive of the search giant’s daily interactiveillustrations
Hooray for Google Doodles! You know, those fun, featured animations that change almost daily on the Google.com homepage? The tiny drawings that often feature interactive elements and astonishingdetail?
If you’ve ever lamented missing a buzzed-about Doodle, good news: You’re now able to access a full archive of past Doodles dating back to 1998.
You can (and will) spend hours browsing the Doodles, which differ by country as well as date. But you can also get your favorites emblazoned on T-shirts, mugs or whatever you want at the Google Doodle Store (currently offering 20 percent off all orders).
If you’re wondering what to get us for the holidays, here are a few of our favorites:
December 12, 2011: Gustave Flaubert's 190th Birthday
November 12, 2011: Fyodor Dostoevsky's 190th Birthday
August 24, 2011: 112th Birthday of Jorge Luis Borges
August 6, 2011: Lucille Ball's 100th Birthday
June 21, 2001: First Day of Summer by Takashi Murakami
June 5, 2011: Richard Scarry's 92nd Birthday
May 9, 2011: 76th Birthday of Roger Hargreaves
December 23, 2010: Happy Holidays from Google