Today Google has this for its logo.
I immediately recognized the textile design of Josef Frank but was then shocked to discover the man was dead and had been for some time. (Today would have been his 125th birthday.)
There's probably some sort of lesson in this about the breadth of data available in the information age versus the narrowness of interests some of us acquire. Or it could just be that Frank's designs are so incredibly timeless that they could have been issued yesterday or 100 years ago. Take a look at some of his textiles and furniture.
Can you believe all this was designed in the 40s and 50s? Check out the room below. If this is midcentury modern (which I normally loathe), I'll take it.