2015 Doodle 4 Google Contest Asks Students To Create A “What Makes Me ..Me” Google Logo

For a complete list of contest rules, please visit Doodle 4 Google’s Contest Rules page. One month and participation from over 50 cities in India, the anticipation has been building around this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition. The designs for this year’s theme “If I could teach anyone anything, it would be” were incredibly creative across all grade groups. The winner of this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition voted by the general public from the five national finalists was Audrey Zhang, 11, from New York.

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My doodle shows many types of houses/shelters to live and the silhouette of travelling people shows how homelessness and war persection is a huge burden on our society. I think it’s facinating and beautiful, but the sheer size and vastness of space terrifies me. I decided that, if I could create anything, it would be a tiny Galaxy all to myself. The first G is the world now and with each letter from recycling to peace in the world we can get to the better world which is the final E.

The Children were requested to imagine their own version of the Google logo based on this theme. Varsha Gupta won this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition. The contest was won by Akshay Raj, a class IX student of St Aloysius High School, Mangalore.

From 2009 to 2012, she was an award-winning syndicated columnist for a number of daily newspapers from New York to Texas. With more than ten years of marketing management experience, she has contributed to a variety of traditional and online publications, including MarketingProfs, SoftwareCEO, and Sales and Marketing Management Magazine. We’re very excited that the annual Doodle4Google competition with the theme ‘If I could create something for India, it would be’’ has reached its final stages. Today, Googlers are hosting surprise assemblies at schools from Waterville, Maine to Waipahu, Hawaii to celebrate the winners of each state and thank the teachers and parents who have encouraged them along the way. And for the first time ever, we’re announcing winners for Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico. See all 53 State and Territory Winners on our website.

We can’t wait to see all the wonderful entries and learn more about the aspirations of India’s future. I have the privilege of being a mother of seven year old twins, and it’s always amazing to see the imaginative things they come up with. The doodlers asked Sarah about her artistic process, including what she was thinking when she created the characters — what their likes and dislikes were. A 6-year-old Virginia girl who followed her dreams has landed national recognition and a $30,000 scholarship from Google. Moon says that having Google select her artwork to display to 100 million people gave her a newfound confidence in her abilities. The first edition of Doodle 4 Google Canada was held in 2014.

You will be amazed to see the special doodle created under Doodle 4 Google 2015 contest. The National Winner will take home a $30,000 college scholarship and their school will receive a $50,000 tech package towards the establishment or improvement of a computer lab or technology program. Finally, based on your votes the shortlisted entries will be considered by the national jury who will pick bathing suits for stretch marks the winners. Along with the Google Doodle team had a mammoth task at hand; first, to shortlist from the submissions received, then to choose the 20 Finalists from across the nation, with every piece of art as compelling as the other. All entries were evaluated on the criteria of artistic merit, creativity and theme communication, as well as the uniqueness and novelty in the approach.

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