Google Doodle Halloween 2000 by guest illustrator Lorie Loeb

Halloween, also known as All Hollow’s Eve is originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The celebration is mostly observed to celebrate in some western countries on October 31. The Eve is celebrated as feast for western Christian saints.

google doodle halloween 2000
Halloween 2000 by guest illustrator Lorie Loeb (Oct 31, 2000)

On Halloween Eve 2000 Google released the doodle Halloween 2000 by guest illustrator Lorie Loeb’. Google selected Lorie Loeb as guest artist for the Google Doodle Halloween 2000 . There are some typical activities performed during the celebration. They are guising (tick – or- treating), lighting bonfires, going haunted attractions , going costume parties, making jack-o’-lanterns from pumpkins, watching horror films and telling horror stories  are some interesting activities performed during this occasion.

In doodle there is jack-o’-lanterns from pumpkins and a spider web with spider. Both are the main attractions of this simple doodle. The two ‘o’ s in the Google logo is replaced by 2 curved pumpkin to make jack-o’-lanterns. Halloween is a holiday which is celebrated with full of mystery, magic and superstition.Google Doodle Halloween pictured cold dark night. The letters are written in  black as to generate the horror feeling.

Jack-o'-lantern
Jack-o’-lantern
(Image Credit:germanpulse.com)

Celebrations of Halloween in America are limited and are most commonly celebrated in Maryland. By the year of 1920’s to 1930’s apart from a believe Halloween is celebrated as a secular community festival. The flavor of entertainment is added to the modern day celebrations of Halloween with paradise and parties.

By 1950’s the Halloween celebration is turned into the form that attracts more youth. There are some countries in world where days are shorter than nights during winter seasons. So by this eve people enjoy the winter night with gatherings, costumes and sweet treats.

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