“I paint flowers so they will not die.” – Frida Kahlo
Credits: Nahnceey and Tumblr via Judy Hesson, Awesome and Pinterest, goodreads
Yay, free life insurance!
Credits: Sainsbury’s via Outlook
Like a thousand peacocks convulsing in a planet-wide storm.
Credits: Tumblr via Mikey Mark, Visuals and Pinterest
Airplanes… airplanes. All over the place.
Credits: Geometry and Tumblr via DeAnna Sampson, DESIGN – Geometric motion and Pinterest
“Dark circles under my eyes sink deeper and deeper into my skull, in contrast to my pale skin there is an undeniable resemblance to a fresh corpse.” – Dee Remy
Credits: David Anastacio/A place for things I admire. and Tumblr via Oscar J, Gif and Pinterest, goodreads
Not all vegans are nutty militants who want to burn down every butcher’s in town. They even brought out their own winking emojis now.
Credits: Simple Happy Kitchen via Simple Happy Kitchen and GIPHY
This year marks the transition from the Year of the Dog to that of the Pig, the last animal in the cycle of 12 that represent each year in the shēngxiào, or Chinese zodiac. Pigs are considered a sign of prosperity in Asian culture, and those born in the year of the Pig are said to be sincere, good-natured, and honest.
Today’s Doodle also celebrates the ancient tradition of shadow puppetry, which also has a special place in the festivities. This year, people all over the world can Celebrate Lunar New Year and the ancient storytelling art of shadow puppetry with Shadow Art. Users can form one of the twelve zodiac animal hand gestures in front of their camera and the AI system, built with Tensorflow, will play a short clip matching the shadow puppet that’s been made.
Credits: Google, Google Doodles Archive