US National Parks Google Logo Celebrates 100 Years

Aug 25, 2016 • 7:51 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Logos
 

Today on the Google home page is a video Google Doodle, aka logo, for the 100th anniversary of the US National Parks.

Here is the full video Doodle from Google:

Google wrote:

Today’s Doodle celebrates the parks and monuments of the U.S. national parks on the occasion of the National Park Service centennial. Designated in 1916, the National Park Service has set aside over 84 million acres of protected land for everyone to explore and enjoy.

Here are the Doodle credits:

  • Story, direction, art, & animation: Sophie Diao
  • Patches & character design: Lydia Nichols
  • Additional animation support: Kevin Burke, Nate Swinehart, & David Davis
  • Music & sound design: Glen Matisoff
  • Special thanks to National Park Rangers Neal Herbert & Shelton Johnson for their guidance and inspiration!

Bing has a background of the Great Sand Dunes National Park:

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