Google's ever growing list of popular Google Doodles has added a new member as the search giant creates a massive real life doodle to celebrate Halloween in true American fashion
Google has got into the Halloween spirit with the search giant creating a real world Google Doodle, carving six monstrously sized pumpkins into a festive themed rendition of the company’s infamous logo.
Renowned for its eye catching doodles, Google’s latest take on the brand logo is currently on the Google homepage in the form of a sub one minute time capture video showing the pumpkins being carved to read a eerie version of the name.
The six giant pumpkins, each of which weigh over 1,000 pounds (454KG) were snapped up in the Half Moon Bay area of California before being shipped to Google’s nearby Mountain View complex.
From arty depictions of the Google logo to commemorate the lives of world changing engineers, authors, artists and musicians, Google Doodles have fast become a must-see aspect of the world’s most visited website.
Most famed to date is the interactive Pac Man Google Doodle which allowed users to play a Google branded version of the classic arcade game. The yellow dot munching doodle proved so popular it was reported to have cost the global economy $120 million (£75 million) in lost labour.
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