Googlers Shapes Doodle into Giant Pumpkins

It is always interesting to see Google displaying some quirky ‘doodles’ on its homepage. When Halloween spirit is there, it is no exception that Google won’t come up with unique, innovative ideas.

On this Halloween eve, the folks over at Mountain View, California just not restrict themselves to design a scary Google Doodle for October 31 on its homepage, but move a step forward by carving a real-life Google Doodle into large pumpkins on the company’s campus.

Google Doodler, Sophia Foster-Dimino shared a couple of videos on the Google’s official blog revealing to us how the folks at company’s campus busy carving Google Doodle on real-life giant pumpkins. Total of six giant pumpkins were brought to campus each one of which was dedicated to six letters of Google logo. Interestingly, some of them weighed more than 1,000 pounds.

Googlers shared their experience of making this video on the official Google blog:

To celebrate Halloween this year, the doodle team wanted to capture that fascinating transformation that takes place when carving a pumpkin. Instead of picking up a few pumpkins from the grocery store, however, we decided to work on six giant pumpkins, specially delivered from nearby Half Moon Bay (some weighing well over 1,000 pounds). What you see is a timelapse video of the approximately eight hours we spent carving in the middle of our Mountain View, Calif. campus.

The original video just runs for forty-one seconds, but it took Googlers eight full hours carving the real-life Google Doodle. In the making of the video you can even see folks appearing dressed up in Halloween costumes.

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