Tomorrow marks what would have been the 83rd birthday of Pierre Culliford, a comic artist most famed for creating the Smurfs.
Now, as a not-so-secret Smurfs fan myself, I’m hoping to see a Google Doodle dedicated to my little blue friends in honour of Pierre Culliford (more commonly referred to as “˜Peyo.’
So consider this our personal request to the Google Doodlers (how amazing a job must that be?) for some Smurfy goodness tomorrow.
We’ve all come to love Google Doodles recently, which seem to be getting more and more interactive and fun all the time.
My own personal favourite was the Pacman Google Doodle, which was actually playable! I wonder how many hours of work were wasted worldwide as a result of that game?
And what about the some of the others in our Manchester office?
Well, Dan Howell (Internet Marketing Exec) quotes the Charlie Chaplin video Doodle of April 2011 as his favourite.
Joel Stein (Internet Marketing Exec) also has a video favourite, naming the John Lennon Doodle of October 2010 as his favourite.
Richard Tank (Internet Marketing Exec) went for one we all loved, the recent playable guitar which has been given a permanent home by Google at http://www.google.co.uk/logos/2011/lespaul.html
What’s your favourite?
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