The static image of the doodle shows the penalty kick made by two ordinary boys, accompanied by fans of different nationalities. This, however, is the first of a series of figures that will be made available throughout the world by the Search Giant, with the aim of celebrating the cultural and talent wealth of the 32 nations participating in the World Cup.
For today's doodle, 32 artists, one from each country participating in the championship, were invited to represent the phrase How it looks in my country. The various images will be displayed over the days of the World Cup. The illustration above is a preview of what to see in the coming days on the Google homepage, since this drawing is the result of a collage created by the company Gluekit, which incorporates elements of the works of the guests.
The Brazilian version will be interpreted by the work of visual designer Pedro Vergani. The artist has experience in creating other doodles and was responsible for paying homage to Brazilian writer Machado de Assis and Japanese statistician Hirotugu Akaike, for the animation in celebration of Hip-Hop Day, among other arts. Now, it remains to wait to see how the images dedicated to each country will be.