Google Doodle, created by Ukrainian artist, celebrates Vyshyvanka Day

Today is Vyshyvanka Day, many users share selfies in national costumes, embroidered shirts, and Google has changed the homepage for Ukrainian search engine. Today you can see Google Doodle, created by a Ukrainian illustrator from Kyiv, Tania Yakunova.

“More than 250 types of embroidery stitches can be used to create a pattern on an embroidered shirt called vyshyvanka. They are usually divided into three categories: floral patterns, zoomorphic figures, and geometric shapes. All of them are depicted in today’s doodle,” the company said.

In Ukraine, Vyshyvanka Day is celebrated every year on the third Thursday of May. This holiday is celebrated in the country since 2006.