Matteo Lopez's 'Space Life' Logo Wins Doodle 4 Google

May 20, 2011 • 8:18 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos
 

The official winner of the Doodle 4 Google competition this year is a 7 year old from San Francisco, California named Matteo Lopez.

Matteo Lopez's 'Space Life' Logo won this year's competition, beating out over a 107,000 submissions. Matteo won him a $15,000 college scholarship, a netbook computer and a $25,000 technology grant for his school, Monte Verde Elementary School. More importantly, he has earned big bragging rights because his Doodle is now featured on the U.S. Google.com home page for millions to enjoy!

Here is his logo:

Doodle 4 Google Winner

The three other finalists won a $5,000 college scholarship and they include:

Grades 4-6: Joseph Eugene Miller, Grade 4, Andersen Elementary School, Wilmington, N.C., for his doodle entitled "My galaxy."

My Galaxy

Grades 7-9: Justas Varpucanskis, Grade 7, Mokena Junior High School, Mokena, Ill., for his doodle entitled “The Majestic Sea.”

The Majestic Sea

Grades 10-12: Hannah Newsom, Grade 11, Glenwood Homeschool, Fayetteville, Ark., for her doodle entitled “Illustration.”

Illustration

Congrats to all those who participated and the winners!

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Comments:

Morochimaru

05/20/2011 12:55 pm

I voted for all the winners! Congratulations everyone!

Kleonards

05/20/2011 12:57 pm

Congrats to Matteo! Enjoy your special day! I'm amazed at all the talent these young kids have.

Emilyy

05/22/2011 04:45 am

congrats! i entered.. but oh well ;) 

Richard

05/23/2011 12:24 pm

 Congratulations to all who won. Though does anyone else find it a little disturbing that the final character of the ultimate winner is a flaming asteroid? Hopefully not prophetic.

66666

09/30/2011 09:29 pm

i like all of them and i like the majestic sea and the illustration the best

MJH=BA

05/24/2012 01:49 am

Great work, majestic sea should have won though, it was about 20 ft in length and 15 ft in height, he did an amazing job with it, that would have been great to see him win, he's an awesome kid, and he deserves it

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