Jorge Borges was born in Buenos Aires (Argentina) on Aug. 24, 1899 and died June 14, 1986 at age 86.Aside from being a writer, he was also an essayist, poet and translator. His family moved to Switzerland in 1914, and he attended school and traveled to Spain.Upon his return to Argentina in 1921, Borges began publishing his poems and essays in surrealist literary journals.He became the director of Argentina’s National Public Library in 1955 and 6 years later was awarded the first International Publishers Prize for his ‘Prix Formentor’. In 1971 he was awarded the Jerusalem Prize and his work was translated into English and various European language His short stories, compiled in the books Ficciones and The Aleph drew heavily on dreams, ornate architecture, religion, libraries and animals. He is widely acclaimed as one of the main contributors to modern day science fiction.
This Doodle draws Borges in work, Different architecture, buildings and the great man himself. Everything has been designed to mimic the outline of the letters which make up the traditional Google logo. It reminds us a lot of Inception, perhaps that film drew from Borges ideas.