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Diego Rivera gets the Google treatment

It’s been 125 years since the birth of Mexico’s most famous artist, muralist Diego Rivera, and if you doubt me Google it!

While you’re at it, check out the special version of Google’s logo that the internet search firm is using today to honor Rivera (see above).

As my colleague Sara Miller Llana over at the Christian Science Monitor says in this story, more people will probably see the Google logo in tribute to Rivera than see any of his murals.

Wanna see the whole collection of people, events and ideas that Google has honored with specialized logos? Click here.


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