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"I use color mostly as a punctuation mark." Our new @googleartsculture machine learning experiment Art Palette matches artworks from cultural institutions from around the world with your selected hues. We visited designer, photographer and master of color combinations, @paulsmith, at his workshop to explore how he’s using Art Palette to experience colors in a new way for fashion.


Wander through light and shadows in this dreamy scene of Singapore’s Cloud Forest captured by #teampixel photographer @juicegee.


New name, same way to keep you connected to the things and people you love–right from your wrist. Say hello to #WearOSbyGoogle.


Oh, pi there! A little math, a little dessert – strong yes from us. Get a slice of today's sweet #PiDay #GoogleDoodle, fresh out of legendary baker @dominiqueansel's oven. 🥧


Let’s make some music...with machine learning. Our latest experiment from Google AI is NSynth Super, an open source instrument that can make over 100,000 new sounds generated by ML. 🎶


All about the swirls in this quilled paper #MySuperG by @firose_art.


👋 from #SXSW, where there’s no place like the Google Assistant Fun House. Step right up and see what you can do with #HeyGoogle.


#teampixel photographer @tomberrigan stumbled upon these Boston buildings that fit together like puzzle pieces.


It was an International Women’s Day for the books. We started the day with a special #TalksAtGoogle event with wisdom from the warriors of Disney’s #WrinkleInTime, and followed up with a @madewithcode GIF-coding party with the amazing young women of @girlsincnyc. #IWD2018


Our International Women's Day #GoogleDoodle features stories from a dozen female artists around the world–each sharing a visual narrative of moments, people and events that have impacted their lives as women. Explore them at today. #IWD2018


On #IWD2018, let’s celebrate the people who are advocating for a more equal world, and the inspiring moments they create. Explore top searched trends around women at


Who doesn’t love a good mystery? When a former investigative journalist and mystery novelist found old letters written in German inside a thrift shop suitcase, she used Google Translate to figure out just how they got there–and then some. See our story today to see how this mystery unfolded.