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The recent Google Doodle around the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup captures the passion of women who play professional football beautifully!
The recent Google Doodle around the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup captures the passion of women who play professional football beautifully!
Almost everyday every one of us googles for something, and it has become a part of our lives. Since a few years now, Google features a special graphic element called Google Doodles which are versions of its logo to honour or commemorate special days, people and occasions.
I’am always curious about these doodles and have the habit of searching for the reason behind each Google doodle. A recent doodle that instantly grabbed my attention was the incredible one released to mark the official opening of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup which embraces the power and strength of women.
This doodle has a cartoon of women wearing different football jerseys and playing the game.
It brings me such immense happiness that the folks at Google have decided to make this doodle an art series which will be published over the month of June during the tournament. These special doodles will be made by guest artists representing each of the competing countries. France is the host for the eighth edition of the tournament and a total of 24 countries are taking part.
This new doodle has green letters accompanied by the cartoon of women playing soccer.
In a blog post about this series, Google said, “Each Doodle will capture the local excitement of the World Cup competition as well as what soccer means to the guest artist personally”. The blog post includes the entire list of 24 artists who will be participating.
Over the years, Google has come up with many doodles that celebrate those breaking barriers. Commemorating women from various fields has been a recent practice which delights us viewers and helps us realise the inner strength of women who came out to pursue their passion!
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