The winning artwork for the Doodle for Google 2022 contest is now visible on the Google.com homepage and in Chrome after several rounds of evaluation, including a public vote.
Every year, Google invites kids from all over the US to submit Google Doodle art that fits a specific topic. I Care For Myself By was the year’s topic, and it prompted students to consider constructive ways to restore their mental and emotional well-being.
One winner was chosen from each U.S. state and territory by Google’s panel of judges, which also featured Selena Gomez and the Teacher of the Year for 2021. The finest Doodle for Google artwork from each of the five age categories was then chosen in a public voting phase to represent the national finals.
The jury narrowed the field down to five, and from those five, they chose the winning design and artist for Doodle for Google 2022. The top prize winner has been named as Sophie Araque-Liu of Florida by Google, who will be showcasing her work in public for the entire day of August 16.
Apparently, the Doodle for Google judges connected with Araque-Lius’ “Not Alone” piece because it inspires the audience to accept assistance from others around them. With an emotive image of an embrace between two family members, Not Alone attracts your attention to the middle of the screen. The second o of Google, which is normally composed of bold red brushstrokes, is replaced with the image in the center.
I take care of myself by letting other people take care of me. I often find it difficult to carry a load alone and fail to recognize the numerous individuals, including my mother, who care about me and want to support me. In addition to reducing my stress, speaking up and asking for help empowers me to take on challenges I could never overcome alone.
In addition to receiving a $30,000 college scholarship and a $50,000 technology package for her school, Araque-Liu has had her artwork featured on the Google.com homepage, the New Tab Page in Chrome, and the top of the Google Search app.
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