Doodle for Google 2022 winner is now being showcased on Google’s homepage

 Doodle for Google competition, an annual contest open to school kids across the US. This year's theme was "I care for myself by..."

 Along with artwork, contestants were asked to submit a brief description of their theme in their own words.

The central artwork replaces the second “o” of “Google,” which otherwise consists of stark red brushstrokes.

After multiple rounds of judging, including a public vote, the winning artwork for the Doodle for Google 2022 contest is now live on the homepage and in Chrome.

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Today, Google has announced that Sophie Araque-Liu of Florida is the grand prize winner,

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We’re told Sophie’s work, entitled “Not Alone,” resonated with the Doodle for Google judges, particularly in the way it encourages the viewer to accept help from those around them.

In addition to her Doodle being featured on Google's home page for a day, Sophie will receive a $30,000 college scholarship, as well as a $50,000 technology award for her school.

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