Google is celebrating what would have been Freddie Mercury's 65th birthday on Monday with its second longest doodle to date.
One of the country's best places to work is looking for a few good doodlers.
Google is hiring artists to draw its infamous doodles that take over its front page for special occasions.
The Mountain View-based search company posted a job opening for an arist who can:
Interested artists are required to have a BFA or four years of relevant experience. Google would prefer if those artists also had:
Google Doodles have become infamous over the years for their ingenuity and at times the political message hidden behind the art.
The company's artists have drawn illustrations for everything from Heinrich Rudolf Hertz's 155th birthday to National Children's Day to a SOPA protest.
Interested candidates can apply for the job on Google's site.