As 2021 draws to a close, Google has unveiled its doodle on New Year’s Eve, the last day of the current year, to send out wishes worldwide.
Google doodles are fun, surprising and sometimes spontaneous changes made to the search giant’s logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, as well as the lives of famous artists, pioneers and scientists.
The year’s last day Google doodle logo has been decorated with jacklights, confetti and a giant candy captioned with 2021, which will go live on December 31 midnight as the clock strikes 12, to welcome 2022.
“That’s a wrap for 2021—Happy New Year’s Eve,” is the message that Google published on its page.
On several occasions, the search giant unveiled its decorated logo featuring games like the ‘Doodle Champion Island Games’ to honour Tokyo Olympics as well as pizza-cutting contest.
It has also paid homage to several prominent personalities like the Swedish DJ Avicii, Tamil actor Sivaji Ganesan and scientists like Indian cell biologist Dr Kamal Ranadive and soft contact lens inventor Otto Wichterle.