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Google Announces Doodle for Google 2022 – US Winner

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Doodle for Google 2022 US Winner

After different rounds of judging, including a public vote, the winning artwork for the Doodle for Google 2022 contest is presently live on the Google.com homepage and in Chrome.

Every year, Google permits students across the United States to submit Google Doodle artwork suited to a specific theme. The current year’s theme was “I care for myself by… ” and urged students to think about the positive ways of renewing their mental and emotional health.

Sometimes caring for yourself implies perceiving that others in the world are additionally there to really care for you.

That acknowledgment is the foundation of a Doodle made by high schooler Sophie Araque-Liu. Google declared Tuesday that her Doodle, named Not Alone, is the winner of the 2022 Doodle for Google competition, an annual contest open to school kids across the US. The current year’s theme was “I care for myself by…”

Google’s panel of judges, which included Selena Gomez and 2021’s Teacher of the Year, first trimmed a great many entries down to one winner from each U.S. state and domain. Then, there was a public round of voting to select the best Doodle for Google artwork from every one of the five age groups to be the national finalists.

From those five, the panel of judges settled on the final decision for which artwork and artist would be delegated to the winner of Doodle for Google 2022. Today, Google has declared that Sophie Araque-Liu of Florida is the grand prize winner, with the organization publicly showing her artwork for the aggregate of August 16.

Alongside artwork, competitors were asked to present a short description of their theme in their own words. This is how the Florida secondary school student explained how she cares for herself:

“I care for myself by accepting others’ care for me. Often, I struggle to shoulder a burden on my own and forget that I have so many people, like my mom, who care about me and want to help me. Opening up and letting others support me not only relieves my stress — it also lets me tackle things I could never do on my own.”

We’re informed Sophie’s work, named “Not Alone,” resounded with the Doodle for Google judges, especially in the manner in which it urges the watcher to accept help from everyone around them. “Not Alone” attracts your concentration to the center, with a significant portrayal of an embrace between two relatives. The central artwork replaces the second “o” of “Google,” which in any case comprises of stark red brushstrokes.

Google said Sophie’s message of resting on one’s emotionally supportive system resounded with the contest’s judges and felt it would impact other people who have experienced difficult times.

Positively, stress is a normal part of life, however, it’s different for everybody, in any event, for kids. A support system for loved ones can assist with reducing stress, particularly during transitional life.

Specialists say the key for guardians is to guarantee their children feel happy with expressing their feelings, and sentiments and getting help when they need it. Mental health is a crucial part of overall health and ought to be consistently examined in all homes.

Notwithstanding her Doodle being included on Google’s home page for a day, Sophie will get a $30,000 college scholarship, as well as a $50,000 technology award for her school.

Her Doodle is likewise included in a gallery of artwork for all the state winners browsed submissions made by K-12 students in the US, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.

Notwithstanding the honor of having her artwork displayed on the Google.com homepage — as well as the New Tab Page in Chrome and at the top of the Google Search app — Sophie has gotten a $30,000 college scholarship and her school will get a $50,000 technology package.

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