The Chinese-born American artist turns 108 today.

Google Doodle is celebrating Tyrus Wong’s 108th birthday today.

Wong is a Chinese-born American illustrator, best known for being the lead production illustrator on Disney’s 1942 beloved animated film Bambi.

Born in Guangdong on 25 October 1910, Wong and his family moved to the USA when he was 10. Keeping to his Chinese roots, Wong stayed propelled by Chinese craftsmen from the Song Dynasty. He would rehearse calligraphy and appreciated works of art and Chinese workmanship at the Los Angeles Central Library.

Wong would later proceed to gain a grant at the Otis Art Institute amid middle school. He additionally shaped the Oriental Artists’ Group of Los Angeles with individual specialists like Benji Okubo and Hideo Date.

The craftsman started his vocation as an understudy with Walt Disney Studios in 1938 preceding working for Warner Brothers. And in addition, Bambi, Wong’s works incorporate The Wild Bunch, Sands of Iwo Jima and Rebel Without A Cause. He earned Academy Award designations for every one of them.

To observe Wong’s 108th birthday celebration, Sophie Dao exhibits the present Google Doodle about his inheritance.

“The present Doodle was vigorously motivated by Tyrus’ artworks of timberlands, which are barometrical, foggy, and supernatural,” said Diao. “They feel like ancient remnants of the past that have been resolved to paper. I endeavored to pervade the Doodle with this marvelous inclination as well.”


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