Google has marked the start of the 2018 World Cup with its very own Google Doodle، daily mail reported.
To commemorate the event in a special way، the company enlisted guest artists hailing from all 32 competing nations to help create the doodle.
Each artist was tasked with interpreting what football looks like in their home country، putting their own unique take on the sport and offering a truly global perspective on the world’s game. The artwork was ultimately all assembled by Gluekit for the doodle.
The following artists have represented their countries in creating the 2018 World Cup Google Doodle:
Argentina – Gaston Pacheco Australia – Helen Li Belgium – Sam Vanallemeersch Brazil – Pedro Vergani Colombia – Diego Cadena Bejarano Costa Rica – Elizabeth Argüello Croatia – Vedran Klemens Denmark – Rune Fisker Egypt – Shennawy England – Celyn Brazier France – Helene Leroux Germany – Sua Balac Iceland – Siggi Eggertsson Iran – Rashin Kheiriyeh Japan – Shinji Tsuchimochi Mexico – Valeria Alvarez Morocco – Annassi Mehdi Nigeria – Yinfaowei Harrison and Ifesinachi Orjiekwe Panama – Juan Tang Hon Peru – Andrea Galecio Poland – Świętosław "Slawek" Fedorczuk Portugal – Tiago Galo Russia – Arina Shabanova Saudi Arabia – Otman Denye Senegal – Reverse Pamplemus Serbia – Bratislav Milenkovic South Korea – Subin Yang Spain – Andrés Lozano Sweden – Linnea Sterte Switzerland – Chragi Frei Tunisia – Noha Habaibe Uruguay – Macarena Campos What is a Google Doodle? A Google Doodle is a temporary alteration of Google’s homepage logo in honor of special events، holidays، people، accomplishments and the like.
The first Google Doodle was created back in 1998 to commemorate the Burning Man festival. Initially designed by Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin، they were later created by outside contractors until the company established its own dedicated in-house team known as Doodlers to create them on a regular basis.
Holidays such as Christmas and Halloween are often commemorated with Google Doodles. In recent years، they’ve also been used to commemorate specific individuals such as Eugenie Brazier and Dr. Virginia Apgar as well as special events like the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
When is the World Cup 2018? The 2018 World Cup is scheduled to take place from June 14 to July 15.
Where is the World Cup 2018? The World Cup will soon be held in Russia.
The 2018 FIFA #WorldCup begins in exactly 24 hours time!