Google Logos Get Better
February 25, 2011 ‐ 0 comments

Although we use myriad Google sites and apps on a daily if not hourly basis, faithful fans of BrandCultureTalk know that we're no fans of the company's name or logo. Until last Saturday. It was 2009 when we first noticed that Google's home page was starting to sporadically use a few more interesting, less literal visual expressions – this Eric Carle-designed version was nice: But with this latest execution to commemorate Constantin Brancusi's birthday Google has used sculpture to turn its logo into – dare we say it? – art. See many more Google Doodles here. And see some fan-designed Google logos here, but only if you have a strong stomach.

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