Doodle team shares their advice for young artists

Google’s homepage is one of the most-viewed web pages on the planet. It’s open space makes it a perfect canvas for doodling. The team of Googlers in charge of our homepage illustrations, known as “Doodlers,” have created Google doodles using everything from pens and pencils to Pac-Man and puppets. They merge art and technology in exciting new ways to mark historical moments, honor great thinkers and entertain users. In this video, some of our Doodlers share stories about how they started drawing at a young age and how this passion for art evolved into a career.

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