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Google Can Actually Get Its Doodle Right Once in a While

Well…if Cesar Chavez isn’t involved I suppose.

There’s a Wisconsin tie to this one, so extra points as well.

GOOGLE spotlights a new artist today, and it’s worth noting a few things:

She renders from real life to depict a poignant moment.

She deftly blends human images and iconic letters.

She gains an audience of millions Thursday.

Oh, and she’s still an art student.

In high school.

On its home page, the tech titan is featuring an image by Wisconsin teenager Sabrina Brady, who on Wednesday was announced as the national champ of the Doodle 4 Google contest.

The competition’s theme this year was “My Best Day Ever … ,” and the Sparta, Wisc., senior’s winning work — titled “Coming Home” — shows Sabrina running toward her father upon his return from an 18-month deployment in Iraq.

Except for the American flag she clutches, Sabrina draws herself and her dad in tones of black, white and gray — until the moment of reunion, which is dramatically heightened by the sudden switch to full color. One “O” in the world “Google” becomes the golden sun, and her warrior-father stands in as the “L.”

Here’s the image at Google today:

Sabrina Brady - WI

For winning the contest, Ms. Brady received $30,000 for college, a new computer and Sparta High School will receive a $50,000 grant to aid its technology programs.

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