If you happened to type Google.com into your browser yesterday you saw a wintery doodle by one Eleanor Davis, a illustrator who created four seasonal doodles for the search giant this year. These were all fantastic doodles, but her sketches that Google didn’t run are pure gold.
When Maurice Sendak died in 2012, there were plenty of moving tributes — both written and crafted — celebrating his legacy. But today, which would have been his 85th birthday, Google has added another wonderful tribute to the list: an Google Doodle that leads us through his most-loved stories.
Ah, the Google Doodle. Here for your Pac-Man enjoyment, sure, but also to remind you of your crippling loneliness as you click “I’m Feeling Lucky” over and over in hopes of finding a highly relevant soulmate. Mashable takes a walk back through every Valentine’s Day Doodle from 2000 onward.