After months of deliberation, Google has selected the winner of its annual Doodle 4 Google contest.
The winning drawing was created by Sarah Gomez-Lane, a first grader from Falls Church, Virginia.
Here's her design:
The annual event lets students in grades K-12 put their spin on the logo on Google's homepage. This year's theme was "What inspires me?"
Google evaluated the student drawings on three criteria: artistic skill, creativity, and how well it follows this year's theme. Google said the Doodle team "immediately fell in love with Sarah's creative interpretation of the D4G theme, her use of dinosaurs to depict the Google logo, and her big ambitions for her future career, especially at such a young age."
Gomez-Lane's design will become the basis for an interactive experience on the Google homepage sometime in the next few months.
She'll receive a $30,000 college scholarship, a $50,000 technology package for her school, a trip to Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California, and some Google hardware and "fun Googley swag."