Usually, Google Doodles honor well-known personalities or historic occasions (and, generally, surprisingly addictive video games). The newest Google Doodle is none of these issues, however the illustration has its personal heartwarming backstory.
The doodle was drawn by Georgia highschool pupil Arantza Peña Popo, who created the doodle as a tribute to her mom. Popo beat out greater than 200,000 different entrants in Google’s Annual “Doodle for Google” contest. Her artwork can be featured on the Google homepage in the US for 24 hours starting at 12 a.m ET on Tuesday, August 13.
Popo’s paintings was impressed by a household picture of her mom and youthful sister. The framed picture within the background is predicated off the household picture, whereas the 2 older girls within the foreground characterize Popo’s (pictured in blue) want to in the future handle her personal mom.
“I seemed on the of my mom (the true model that impressed the drawing) and thought, ‘Hey, why do not I reverse it?'” she wrote in an announcement. “After I develop up, I hope to look after my mother as a lot as she cared for me my complete life.”
Apart from the bragging rights that include getting your artwork on entrance web page of the largest search engine on the earth, profitable entries additionally get $30,000 in scholarship cash and a “know-how package deal” price $50,000 for the college or nonprofit of their selection.