First off, I am a huge fan of Google. Google is my primary search engine. One thing I always look forward to is when Google changes its logo on holidays to reflect that holiday.
I did a bit of research as I was interested in who exactly is responsible for this? And I was surprised to find out it is one man, an artist from Korea, Dennis Hwang.
He creates the festive logos on Google to commemorate holidays or special events.
This started in 2000, when he was asked by Google founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, to honour Bastille Day with a special logo. Since then he alone designs about 50 logos a year.
I assumed that it was many different artists. Above are pictured some of my favorites from last year and I included the Martin Luther King Day logos from the last four years. I think this year is the most amazing.