1. Les Paul
Rivalling the Robert Moog synthesizer, Google celebrated the life of music icon Les Paul by producing its own playable guitar. On the day of what would have been his 96th birthday, anyone who logged onto the Google homepage was able to see Google’s own 10-string virtual guitar, and could attempt to play and record their own riffs using the mouse or keyboard.
Link: Les Paul Google Doodle
Doodle 4 Google: The best Google Doodles of ever are a mash up of tear-jerkers, weird and down right hilarious logos, as you'll see on this here list
In its continued quest to make its homepage an interesting place to land, Google has been playing around with its doodle once again, this time with a pretty impressive and complex interactive homage to Hitchhiker's Guide writer Douglas Adams twho passed away in 2001 and would have celebrated his 61st birthday.
As unveiling the latest doodle becomes an almost daily experience, we've sifted through Google's most colourful collection of interactive cartoons to bring you the famous faces and iconic moments to be etched into Google homepage history.