Google unfiltered—sometimes with filters.

Rub-a-dub-dub, we spy a #Doogler in a tub. Making a splash at our NYC office, Lulu can frequently be found playing dodgeball, hanging around the rock climbing wall and making new friends (both human and four-legged).


A sea of textures come together in this #MySuperG by Mexican artist @letizilla.


Ice cream sandwich tower for #NationalIceCreamDay? Strong yes. Scoop up some sweet ideas on #GoogleImages. 🍦


Because one is never enough. Happy #NationalFrenchFryDay!


A blue-tiful #teampixel summer by @the_salama.


A #MySuperG freshly picked from @poojamtkr’s garden.


Red, white and… barbecue! See what’s cooking from sea to shining sea with our all-American, food-filled #4thofJuly #GoogleDoodle.


#MySuperG goes poolside in this creation by @iamsarahrosado.


When Iraq War vet Matt Landis transitioned from soldier to veteran, he found new ways to serve. Find out how he uses Android tech to help people with disabilities live more independent lives—and how he serves his Pittsburgh community– in our story today.


Ever wondered what your favorite paintings look like up close? Working with museums around the world, @googleartsculture uses its custom-built Art Camera system to capture the surprising details of artwork with ultra high-resolution images. To make sure the focus is right on each brush stroke, it’s equipped with a laser and a sonar that—much like a bat—uses high frequency sound to measure the distance of the artwork. Once each detail is captured, its software takes thousands of close-up shots and then stitch the pieces together into one single image for people to explore and enhance. #NationalCameraDay


Anybody hungry? We've got a spread of colorful ingredients from #teampixel photographer and food artist @alphafoodie. See our story today for tips from her on taking delectable food photos (that are almost too pretty to eat!).


Meet Kawira Mwirichia, a Kenyan visual artist. Her project, To Revolutionary Type Love, features her spin on the kanga–a traditional, decorative East African cloth. Kawira is designing one kanga for every country in the world, featuring imagery or symbols that represent moments of LGBTQ+ progress. The results are unique, colorful and stunning. See our story today for how she uses Google Search and Translate to learn about each country’s history (and see some more designs!). #SearchOn