We tend to doodle when we are bored or stressed. Because of this, we’re usually only half-conscious of what we’re drawing — which means our inner preoccupations surface on paper. Google uses and makes these doodles and portrays them on its homepage to commemorate a noteworthy figure’s birthday, a holiday, an anniversary, or some other significant event. A Google Doodle is often comprised of a conglomeration of pictures, animation, and the Google logo. Some Google Doodles are even interactive and contain videos.
Valentine’s Day is a time when people show feelings of love, affection and friendship. It is celebrated in many ways worldwide and falls on February 14 each year. Google has a very amazing way of celebrating this day by making pleasing changes to the Google logo probably with hearts, the colours red and pink, roses, images and statues of cupids, and cupid’s bows and arrows symbolizing the feeling of romance and love.
Here are lovely Google Doodle’s of Valentine’s Day, if you have missed.
Valentine’s Day 2012
Valentine’s Day 2013
Valentine’s Day 2014