Labor Day & Freddie Mercury (Queen) Logo On Google

Sep 5, 2011 • 9:41 am | comments (7) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos

Today is Labor Day in the U.S. and it is also Freddie Mercury's birthday. Freddie Mercury is well known as the lead signer of Queen.

He was born today in 1946 and died from bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS on November, 24 1991. He is one of the most well known singers of the era and has been very influential in HIV awareness.

That being said, Google has a special logo for him on almost all properties except, because is remembering Labor Day. Google said they will show the logo on September 6th, tomorrow on Google US instead.

Here is a static picture of the logo and a video below:

Freddie Mercury's Google Logo

On today is a small American flag for Labor Day:

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Bing also has a theme for Labor Day:

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We also have a Labor day theme here as well, it is a bit more festive:

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For last year's Labor Day logos, see this post.

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09/05/2011 04:46 pm

Google always does that with American holidays, not to mention Christian ones.


09/05/2011 05:18 pm

So Google spent the time to create a video logo for Freddie Mercury, which is cool.  But all they did for Labor Day is a small clipart flag on the bottom of the screen.  Hmm....


09/06/2011 04:51 am

It's clear where Google creators/owners owe their allegiance to... NOTHING. Worthless, Godless, Money-loving, piles of sh*t.


09/06/2011 08:47 am

Allegiance? I thought they were just trying to be 'non-biased'.


09/06/2011 03:07 pm

Google repeats its trends..left coast, Liberal BS'ers celebrate a National holiday with a tiny flag but go all out for obscure artists, painters, et al???!!!!!  But when it comes to America, these fools act like they are ashamed of this country....


09/06/2011 06:09 pm

obscure artist?  you must be one of those two guys living under the rock in the Geico commercial...


09/06/2011 10:31 pm

Actually, I wasn't referring to Freddie, but to painters, sculpters, etc who died 150 years ago that no one ever heard of.  Try getting out more often yourself; there's more to artists than singers...

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