Google celebrates diversity at World Cup with series of 32 Doodles

In celebration of the rich cultural diversity at the FIFA World Cup in Russia, Google has launched a series of Doodles representing the 32 participating nations.

Guest artists from each 32 participating countries will illustrate their interpretation of ‘What football looks like in my country’.

In celebration of the rich cultural diversity at the FIFA World Cup in Russia, Google has launched a series of Doodles representing the 32 participating nations, with guest artists from each illustrating their interpretation of ‘What football looks like in my country’.

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On Thursday, the first day of the 2018 World Cup, the Doodle collage, created by Gluekit, “gives a special sneak peek at the diverse art to come by incorporating elements from the 32 unique guest-artist Doodles,” according to Google.

Here’s the list of artists whose work will be featured:

Argentina – Gaston Pacheco

Australia – Helen Li

Belgium – Sam Vanallemeersch

Brazil – Pedro Vergani

Colombia – Diego Cadena Bejarano

Costa Rica – Elizabeth Argüello

Croatia – Vedran Klemens

Denmark – Rune Fisker

Egypt – Shennawy

England – Celyn Brazier

France – Helene Leroux

Germany – Sua Balac

Iceland – Siggi Eggertsson

Iran – Rashin Kheiriyeh

Japan – Shinji Tsuchimochi

Mexico – Valeria Alvarez

Morocco – Annassi Mehdi

Nigeria – Yinfaowei Harrison and Ifesinachi Orjiekwe

Panama – Juan Tang Hon

Peru – Andrea Galecio

Poland – Świętosław ‘Slawek’ Fedorczuk

Portugal – Tiago Galo

Russia – Arina Shabanova

Saudi Arabia – Otman Denye

Senegal – Reverse Pamplemus

Serbia – Bratislav Milenkovic

South Korea – Subin Yang

Spain – Andrés Lozano

Sweden – Linnea Sterte

Switzerland – Chragi Frei

Tunisia – Noha Habaibe

Uruguay – Macarena Campos