Most high-profile cartoon in the world

September 5, 2011 in Comment, News

The Google doodles – the drawings which accompany the advertising company’s ubiquitous search engine – are the most read cartoons in the world.

Bloghorn admires the company’s long-term use of drawn imagery as a piece of business promotion (do visit the archives.) Today they have moved the still cartoon image into a animated video celebrating the memory of the flamboyant leader singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury.

Agree with our view on the most high-profile cartoon in the world? Please have your say in the comments below.

Bloghorn is made on behalf of the UK’s Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation

1 response to Most high-profile cartoon in the world

  1. The Freddie one wasn’t a static image and turned into a clip when clicked on their page yesterday (and is very good). Overall I agree, they are a great use of imagery and that it is a good advert for the illustration/cartoon industry as a whole.

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