Google Doodle showcases emerging artists while announcing the winners of the competition

The annual Google Doodle contest is back, and with it comes a new set of contest winners.

The contest, held in the US since 2008, highlights some of the most creative and talented individuals as winners’ doodles are featured on Google Doodle.

Admission is free and open to the majority of the public. Although Google Doodles may sometimes appear like random changes to the Google logo on the site, they usually celebrate a significant event or historical figure.

The design varies between doodles, but they usually contain the letters of the typical Google logo.

What is the Google Doodle contest?

Google Doodle is an annual art competition available to all students from Kindergarten through 12th grade.

If you are one of the contest winners, your artwork will be featured on Google.com and you may win scholarships and school packages.

According to Google Doodle, the contest “Gives K-12 students the opportunity to showcase their own Doodle creativity on Google.com and win great prizes in the process!”

The prices are as follows:

A national winner

The national winner’s artwork will be featured on Google.com for 24 hours. The winner will also receive:

  • A $30,000 college scholarship
  • A $50,000 technology package for your school/nonprofit
  • Google hardware
  • Funny Google Articles

Four national finalists

The four national finalists will feature their doodles in the Doodle for Google gallery. Each National Finalist will receive:

  • A $5,000 college scholarship
  • Google hardware
  • Funny google articles

54 State and Territory Winners

There are 54 state and territory winners whose doodles will appear in the Doodle for Google gallery and also receive:

  • Google hardware
  • A congratulatory message from Google
  • Funny Google Articles

Who won the 2022 Google Doodle contest?

The national winner is 16-year-old Sophie Araque-Liu. Her artwork shows her hugging her mother, in keeping with this year’s theme, “I take care of myself through…”. You can see their artwork along with the designs of the four national finalists here.

There were three judges that year, including:

  • Selena Gomez – an artist, philanthropist and entrepreneur
  • Elyse Fox – mental health activist, director and model
  • Juliana Urtubey – a teacher who was named the 2021 National Teacher of the Year

How can I apply for the next Google Doodle contest?

This year’s competition is now over. Google said those interested in entering the Doodle for Google 2023 contest should bookmark the Doodle for Google site for updates on the 2023 contest, which is set to reopen for submissions this winter.

According to Google Doodle, “Parents, teachers, nonprofit organizations, and after-school programs are welcome to submit artwork on behalf of K-12 students.

“When teachers and after-school programs enter Doodles on behalf of their students, the registration form must be signed by each student’s parent or guardian. Teachers can enter multiple doodles at once, but only one original doodle per student. Regardless of the input channel, the $50,000 technology award goes to the winner’s school.”

In addition to the US contest, the Doodle for Google contest is held in other countries throughout the year.

Google Doodle Creative Leader Ryan Germick
Ryan Germick works on an illustration at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California on September 2, 2011
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Rick Schindler

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