Konstantin Bronzit drew a Doodle for Google on the Day of Russia

Konstantin Bronzit drew a Doodle for Google on the Day of Russia. Screenshot from GoogleKonstantin Bronzit drew a Doodle for Google on the Day of Russia

Animator, nominated for «Oscar» Konstantin Bronzit was the author of a new Doodle for Google that is devoted to Day of Russia, the press service of the company.

In the days marked by any major events or anniversaries are, Google is changing on the page the logo on the so-called Doodle (doodle — «Doodle», eng) – a picture or an animation dedicated to this event.

«For the first time in the history of Ludlow on google.ru you will find the logo, created by Russian animator! Its author is Konstantin Bronzit, writer and Director of such films as «Alyosha Popovich and Tugarin Snake», twice nominated for the Oscar for short animated film «the Lavatory history — a Love story» and «We can’t live without cosmos», — stated in the message.

The article notes that the keynote of Doodle became one of the symbols of Russia is the birch. The artist has created a short animated story in which a stylized tree logo comes to life. If you click on the picture, you can learn about when was established the Day of Russia, how and where he decided to celebrate, as well as other useful information about this significant day.

«I wanted to show Doodle in the form of a birch grove. Her letters form the logo of the company, playing hide and seek. In the creation story, I nudged one of the lyrical scenes of my feature film «Alyosha Popovich and Tugarin of Snakes». It was important for me to animate a small picture so that in a few seconds the screen on your monitor, users could feel a small, but positive story. I hope it worked out,» said Bronzit, whose word brings the press service of the company.

State holiday of the Russian Federation — Russia Day — is celebrated annually since 1994 to the day of adoption of Declaration on state sovereignty of the RSFSR (12 June 1990). The day of adoption of Declaration was the beginning of the formation of the Russian statehood based on the principles of constitutional federalism, equality and partnership.

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