Doodle-driven Canadians have been cleverly defacing their five dollar bills for years, turning the portrait of former Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier into the pop-culture figures he eerily resembles: Spock (seen here) and Harry Potter's Severus Snape.
For millennia, when children traced their hands on paper the end result was always the same: a Thanksgiving turkey. Now we are on the brink of a revolution. Today, we have learned how to draw our hands in 3D—and are here to teach you [cue wild applause, the crowd goes bananas].
Fancy yourself an artist? Well if you're in need of a medium, you could always opt for "pizza." A new website called "Paint Your Pizza" lets you turn horrendously impressionist MSPaint-inspired masterworks into theoretically delicious pizzas for the sophisticated stomach.
If I had known growing up that there was such a job title as Chief Doodler, all my aspirations would have pointed that direction. Michael Lopez is the man in charge of Google's logo doodles. And this is his team.
Google is getting even more daring (and bandwidth-hogging) with their doodles, with today's logo celebrating John Lennon's 70th birthday being their first to feature video. It's a clever embedded YouTube of Imagine, one of the greatest songs ever written.