Today’s clever Google Doodle

Today’s Goodle Doodle celebrates the 200th birthday of the architect Sir George Gilbert Scott with a detail from the gothic building at the front of St Pancras Station – to many Londoners at least the most familiar example of his work.  The doodle is a clever piece of visual design because the two Os and the L in the word Google are formed by architectural features, leaving just the Gs and the E to be represented by letters.

For a business which is usually associated with very sparse, simply designed web pages, Google is very inventive in its use of little decorative flourishes like this one


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