Doodle 4 Google Poland 2014 Winning Doodle in theme ‘My idea to help others’

First winner of Doodle for Google competition in 2014 for Poland was out and the Google doodle designed by winner Stanek was featured in Google homepage on 12 January 2014. The theme for this years annual loge creation competition was ‘My idea to help others’.

Doodle 4 Google Poland 2014
Doodle 4 Google Poland 2014(January 12, 2014)

James Stanek is the creator the logo we see on homepage of Poland on January 12. James Stanek is a highschool student from Kielce. The image that he created was chosen among the entries arrived for the competition. There were three categorization for the level in the competition as usual in Doodle 4 Google.

Perfectly going in hand with the theme, logo created by James made every viewer to think for a while the need for helping each other. The entire logo is filled with red hearts. Each character Doodle 4 Google Poland 2014  will tell some stories of love and helping. In every alphabet as we can see there are life.

Red heart, the symbol of love is passed from one hand to other. We can see various meaning for the same red hearts in doodle. Red heart is represented as flower, kite, balloon and love in the doodle by James. It’s a very creative thought. The alphabet ‘l’ in the doodle is replaced with a tree with love and a boy with ladder in placed on the letter ‘g’ as if he’s going to pluck the hearts and share it.

Doodle 4 Google, the annual competition from Google is really a great experience for thousands of students in showing off skills. The winner James Stanek received award of 15000 PLN artistic scholarship and millions of people saw the talent of this kid on January 12th, when the logo was featured on the homepage. It was for the third time Google came up with Doodle 4 Google competition in Poland. All the finalists were given awards during the award ceremony and their doodles were also published in the special gallery for Doodle 4 Google website.

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