A Pasta Google Doodle? Maybe—’Doodle 4 Google’ Makers Up With Its 2015 Contest

Check out the last five winners from the USA

The video above could be a legit “Doodle 4 Google” entry under this year’s rules.

The winners of the Doodle 4 Google contest could look different than ever before. They could, in fact, be decidedly three dimensional. That’s because, this year, Google is letting contestants submit Doodles made from anything they want.

The limitations on the contest are:

  • US students from grades K-12
  • Use the letters G-o-o-g-l-e.
  • Any material can be used.
  • The contest is open from now to December 7, 2015. Enter here.

So look for photographed Doodles, GIF doodles, 3D printed doodles and more. If someone makes a Doodle from cake they will definitely win, because even if they lose they still have cake.

Here’s the last five winners (click each image for more information):

2014 winner, Audrey Zhang of New York City. It's a GIF so click through. (Image: Google screenshot)

2014 winner Audrey Zhang of New York City. It’s a GIF so click through. (Image: Google screenshot)

2013 winner, Sabrina Brady, Sparta, Wisconsin. (Image: Google screenshot)

2013 winner Sabrina Brady of Sparta, Wisconsin. (Image: Google screenshot)

2012 winner, Dylan Hoffman of New York City. (Image: Google screenshot)

2012 winner Dylan Hoffman of New York City. (Image: Google screenshot)

2011 winner, Matteo Lopez, South San Francisco, California. (Image: Google screenshot)

2011 winner Matteo Lopez of South San Francisco, California. (Image: Google screenshot)

2010 winner, Makenzie Melton, El Dorado Springs, Missouri. (Image: Google screenshot)

2010 winner Makenzie Melton of El Dorado Springs, Missouri. (Image: Google screenshot)

The winner gets a $30,000 scholarship.

UPDATE: The contest is currently only open in the United States. A previous version of this story presented it as open worldwide. October 19, 2015 4:25 PM.