Pushing Digital Boundaries

Google Doodles on African Countries

This mornings Google doodle got me thinking about more doodles on Africa. There aren’t too many out there – but here are the selected favorites :

Howard Carter

110th Anniversary of the Uganda Railway’s Completion

Ibn Battuta’s 708th Birthday

South Africa Freedom Day 2011

Morocco Independence Day 2011

East Africa Common Market

Ghana Independence Day 2012

Egyptian Elections 2011

Tunisia National Day 2012

Celebrating the Wildebeast Migration by Samuel Githui

Kenya Independence Day

Senegal Independence Day 2012

Senegal Independence Day 2011

World Cup 2010 Final





Originally from Nairobi, Barbara Muriungi is a motion designer & animator. After a brief stint working as a sound tech and producing roles in TV and radio, Barbara realised her passion for design and pursued her studies in Motion Graphics and Visual Effects. In between working clients like HBO, Nat Geo, Disney, Fuse, she works on collaborative projects and continues her interests in photography, illustration and travel.

Comments to Google Doodles on African Countries

  • Love them.

    mellifluousnegro May 9, 2012 9:15 am Reply
  • These are so lovely. I always like Google doodles. But I don’t think i’d ever seen these

    Muse Origins May 9, 2012 10:27 am Reply
  • Had no idea there were so many of them. GREAT stuff!

    Sandra Mamus May 9, 2012 1:41 pm Reply
  • The election doodle wasn’t for Egypt, but for the french one ( blue , red and white colors)

    Francoisduganire June 21, 2012 9:29 am Reply
  • Funny, I’ve never seen these… They are beautiful though!

    Fitena I. July 14, 2012 8:18 am Reply

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