Google occasionally alters its recognisable logo to celebrate specific events and holidays. These illustrations, known as Google Doodles, were actually conceived before the company was incorporated. The first Google Doodle acted as a fun “out of the office” message when Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin attended Burning Man in 1998.
Since then, Google’s team of “doodlers” have created more than 2,000 illustrations for the search engine’s mostly white page around the world. Examples include drawings for holidays such as Teacher’s Day to events such as the first day of autumn.
This week’s quote was one such doodle, in in honour of Amelia Earhart’s 115th birthday.