Here in the States, we're celebrating the 40th birthday of every child's favorite neighborhood, Sesame Street. But across the pond, they get to cherish a second cartoon milestone, the 20th anniversary of Wallace and Gromit.
Today, Google rolled out a different custom logo for several European sites. Their "doodle" for the British, Swiss, and German Google homepages features Wallace and Gromit, in all their clay glory, enjoying a cup of tea.
Twenty years ago today, Nick Park unveiled his claymation masterpiece to the Arnolfini gallery in Bristol, England. The whimsical, 22-minute short "A Grand Day Out" debuted as part of an animation festival. It then aired on the BBC and became a worldwide phenomenon.
Today's Google-doodle double whammy comes after a long line of special days. From cryptic messages about H.G. Wells to the birthday of barcodes, Google has remembered anniversaries that most of us never thought about.
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Also, make sure to check out Sesame Street at 40: Our favorite clips.