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26 February, 2012

Adorable Google Doodles for Valentine’s Day

12 Adorable Google Doodles for Valentine’s Day
February 14, 2012 by Amy-Mae Elliott

Google's first ever Doodle for Valentine's was a cutesy cartoon cupid.

Lovey-dovey bears made an appearance in 2001.

Google skipped a V-Day Doodle in 2002, but in 2003, two entwined hearts replaced the Google O's.

In 2004, the logo puckered up for a Valentine's kiss.

Google offered up a big bunch of flowers in 2005.

We all enjoyed a chocolate-dipped strawberry in 2007.

A sweet elderly couple graced the logo for next year's installment.

Two lovebirds perched on a gold ring in 2009.

2009 - U.S.
Google went red for the U.S. with some saucy X's and O's.

Google celebrated both V-Day and the pairs skating event at the Vancouver Olympic Games in 2010.

Last year Google teamed up with the Morgan Art Foundation for a Robert Indiana-inspired design.

This year marks the first animated Doodle we've seen for Valentine's Day.
Michael Lipman's animation shows a boy using Google in an attempt to woo a girl.
It's not what he buys her that wins her over though, but joining her in her favorite activity.
Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is upon us once again. And one thing we definitely adore about the holiday is Google‘s love-themed Doodles.

The first V-Day-inspired Google Doodle appeared in 2000, and we’ve seen classic designs ever since. We’ve taken a look back at all the love-themed logos Google has shared over the last 12 years.

SEE ALSO: 10 Valentine’s Day Cards for Your Special Tech Geek
Take a look through our gallery. Let us know in the comments if you prefer this year’s video design over the still images from years gone by.

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