Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Google celebrates Martha Graham’s 117th birthday, dancing Google Doodle .

Martha Graham is a dancer, so her Google Doodle must dance too, right?

Search engine giant Google is currently celebrating the 117th birthday of American dancer and choreographer Martha Graham using the company’s iconic Google Doodle.
The doodle shows an animation of a dancer performing routines that spells all the letters of Google starting from letter E. The dancer stops after performing the letter G. I recorded the moving Google Doodles for future reference, watch it in the video below.
According to Martha Graham’s Wikipedia entry, she is considered as the “Picasso” and/or “Frank Lloyd Wright” of dancing. The entry also added that Graham invented “a new language of movement, and used it to reveal the passion, the rage and the ecstasy common to human experience.”
Last Sunday, Google celebrated the birthday of English author and illustrator Roger Hargreaves by presenting 16 illustrations that are changing every page reload