Google Artist Interview

By Deane Barker on September 7, 2004

Computer artist doodles oodles of ‘Google’s: Here’s an interview with the guy that draws all Google’s little logos. (Incidentally, I’m guessing Google is six today?)

Herald: Which letters are your favorite targets for manipulation?

Hwang: Understandably, the “O” and the “L” are the easiest to deal with. The “O” has become a Halloween pumpkin, a Nobel Prize medal, the Korean flag symbol and the planet earth. The “L” has been used as a flagpole, the Olympic flame cauldron or a snow ski. The first “G” is the most difficult to deal with, and I don’t think the “E” has gotten much action because of its location.



  1. Just right..not too much…not too little, every time!

    Keep up the good work, keeping in mind, the opportunity, extensuate the positive(we need it), without offending…with soo many views, I’m sure it’s not easy….great so far!!!

    A googiler…..hoping to giggle… more often…!

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