Take a look at the Best Google Doodles created in the past. Google’s logo has changed very little over the years, but the History Of The Google Logo has evolved to celebrate holidays and recognize various events.
It was the year 1998 when Larry and Serger redesigned the google logo to reference the Buring Man Festival located in the Nevada desert. After they played around with that first Google Doodle, they loved the idea of doing more.
Since the concept was born Google has been able to showcase the Best Google Doodles around Holidays, Anniversaries, Events, and People. It has created a lot of buzz and has a loyal following.
LogoMyWay has wondered just what the company’s logo would have looked like in the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s had they been around. Which special occasions and events would Google have celebrated by updating their logo?
LogoMyWay’s top designers were given the task of creating what they imagined the Google logo would have looked like through History. What they came up with is brilliant and creative. Enjoy!
Google Doodle 1951 Color TV Introduced
This Google doodle shows the silhouette of a couple enjoying their brand new color television.
Google Doodle 1953 First Playboy Magazine
In this design, the Playboy font was used instead of Google’s usual font, which is appropriate for commemorating the introduction of the magazine. This is a very creative Google Doodle.
Google Doodle 1954 Report Says Cigarettes Cause Cancer
This logo sends a strong message about tobacco that was news to many in the 50s. This would be a great campaign today to show people the harm that smoking can cause.
Google Doodle 1960 The Birth Control Pill is Approved by the FDA (with FDA logo)
This take on the FDA’s approval of the Pill shows a month’s worth of a drug with the “FDA approved” stamp in the middle.
Google Doodle 1969 First Man on the Moon
The iconic quote, “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” is perfectly depicted with this logo. This Google logo would have gone down in History.
Google Doodle 1963 Great Train Robbery in England
This logo provides a sleek representation of the Great Train Robbery in England
Google Doodle 1978 First Test-Tube Baby Born
1978 was a big year with the first successful test-tube baby born. As the logo shows, it was a girl! Google Doodle 1962 Famous Escape from Alcatraz
In this Google doodle, the letters are used to show the walls of Alcatraz being chipped away by knives.
Google Doodle 1973 U.S. Pulls Out of Vietnam
The U.S. pulling out of Vietnam was quite the event, and this google logo shows the scene of the helicopters fleeing the jungle.
Google Doodle 1989 Berlin Wall Falls
The Berlin wall falling is a significant historical event, and this logo depicts the day well.
Google Doodle 1955 Disneyland Opens (in black and white)
Mickey and Minnie are dancing the night away in this logo dedicated to the opening of Disney Land.
Google Doodle 1987 DNA First Used in a Criminal Defense
A strand of DNA and a pair of handcuffs are cleverly used to represent the first time DNA was used in criminal defense.
Google Doodle 1982 E.T. Movie Released
E.T. flies through the air on his way back home in this logo.
Google Doodle 1977 Scientists Clone Sheep (with ‘G’ microscope)
Two sheep heads and a microscope are used in this logo to commemorate the first successful cloning of sheep.
Google Doodle 1977 Scientists Clone Sheep (with chalkboard)
This second rendition of the logo includes a chalkboard and a test tube.
Google Doodle 1955 Disneyland Opens (in color)
This colorful logo puts Google right at home with Mickey and all of his friends.
Google Doodle 1965 New York City Great Blackout
This logo is an appropriately grayscale to depict the great blackout of New York City.
Google Doodle 1977 Star Wars Movie Released
All of the Star Wars characters make up this logo that is simply out of this world.
Google Doodle 1985 Back to the Future Opens
This is my favorite Google doodle from the 1980’s. The Flux Capacitor is the star of the show in this logo design. In my opinion this is the best Google Doodle 🙂
We hope you enjoyed looking at some of the best Google Doodles, before Google was even a search engine. With so much talent and creativity across the world, the Google Doodle craze will continue on for years to come.