February 25, 2017
Legendary Disney and Pixar animator Floyd Norman judges for the remarkable Google Inc. national youth drawing competition, Doodle 4 Google.
Doodle 4 Google is a nationwide competition where K-12 students create their own interpretation of the Google logo with the theme “What I see for the future…” In addition to the rendering of the Google logo, students much attach a 50-word response describing there drawing for judging.
Submissions are divided into five grade groups; grades K-3, grades 4-5, grades 6-7, grades 8-9 and grades 10-12. This year, Google received over 100,000 entries. Jimmy Kimmel, Simone Biles and Pikachu joined Floyd Norman as guest judges to pick the top 53 from each state (10 per grade group).
The top 53 finalists were recently announced on Googles website. Voting is now open to the public to pick the top 5 national finalists. Google employees will then choose one national winner among the top five to win a $30,000 college scholarship, a trip to the Google headquarters and $50,000 donation to their school for computer equipment
Floyd Norman recently joined Punch Amination, Inc. (OTCMKTS: URBT) as President of Creative Development. Norman is best-known for his work in Sleeping Beauty, Jungle Book, Toy Story, 101 Dalmatians, Monsters, Inc. and many more. Mr. Norman actually worked with the man himself, Walt Disney and brings decades of experience in animation and production to Punch Animation, Inc.
Punch Animation, Inc.’s focus is on the development of animated television series and movies for syndication.
Punch Animation is a division of the American production company, Punch TV Studios. They are recognized throughout the entertainment and media industry for developing original and creative content for licensing and distribution around the world.
In June of 2016, Punch TV Studios launched there Initial Public Offering (IPO) at $1.00 per share and is currently in the IPO phase. Projections currently estimate the company will generate more than half a billion dollars in annual revenue by year four post the IPO.