We all love the doodles by Google, sometimes celebrating someone’s success while other times celebrating events such as Christmas and new year. The search giant is celebrating today, the 100th birthday of Adams Family creator Charles Addams with a doodle on the home page.
Remember the Adams Family cartoon, with spooky characters such as Lurch, Gomez and Morticia who just made your day with sarcastic laughter.
"It depicted a curvaceous, dark-haired woman in a spidery black dress inside a dark, dilapidated Victorian house listening patiently to a vacuum salesman who was oblivious to the home’s disrepair—cobwebs, bats, and broken balusters," according to a biography from Pennsylvania State University. "More cartoons about the vamp, soon christened as Morticia, and her ghoulish family followed."
"Ghoulish, macabre, demonic, depraved, bizarre, eerie, and weird have all been used to describe his work and the characters therein," according to a biography from the Tee & Charles Addams Foundation. "Adorable, sweet, charming, humorous, enchanting, tender, and captivating are also adjectives used to describe the same body of work, as well as the man himself, the extraordinary artist Charles Addams. His rare gift was the ability to enjoin such dichotomies in wonderfully crafted cartoons and drawings loved by millions worldwide."
Last month we also covered a full feature release of Google Doodle site, you can check out the previous versions of Doodles from Google here.
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