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by Stephen Logan on 20th April 2010
Many users of Google might not be surprised to see great works of art appear in their Google Image Search results.
However, the prospect that the results page itself could be a work of art might pass by many users unnoticed.
Despite this, webmasters investing in UK SEO services to maximise their chances of appearing in image search could find their site featuring in the work of Ken Solomon, a 39-year-old Brooklyn-based artist.
Mr Solomon’s work includes watercolours of Google Image Search results pages, such as interpretations of the main Andy Warhol paintings that are shown when searching on his name.
"We’re always honoured and often surprised by the many ways people can be inspired by Google," writes Google Blog and Twitter team member Emily Wood on the Official Google Blog.
She adds that work such as Mr Solomon’s is a new way of preserving specific moments in cultural history in the same way that archiving helps to maintain a record of otherwise ephemeral items such as tweets.