The Story of Google Doodles
Frank Lloyd Wright: June 8, 2005
"To do the doodles we do a lot of researchwe read, look at a lot of clipswe don't want to get anything wrong," says Hwang. "For Wright's birthday, this logo features works designed by him, including Fallingwater and the Guggenheim. But for the O, while it was loosely based on a building he did design, I had to take some artistic license. When the logo went live, architects around the world went on this chase to find this lost, unseen work by Wright. I felt so bad, we don't want to mislead the public! Every time you do one of these, you learn something."
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