Google Doodle celebrates the life of a pioneer with a Boho Chandelier
The Google Doodle celebrating the life and work of one of the world’s greats has gone viral.
Boho Champs is the world champion of woodworking, and has had a number of other famous creations.
The Champs are also known for having the world record for the longest bamboo tree that has not been cut down.
The world’s most famous woodworker, Josef Stalin, lived through the Great Depression and died in 1933.
It is believed that the tree in question is the one he chose to cut.
The iconic Boho champs tree has been cut for more than 150 years, and is now part of the Champs de la Concorde museum in Paris.
Bao Hongjie, who has been the chandeliers official apprentice for the last 20 years, said: “It’s a very special moment, and I’m happy to be part of it.”
The original Boho Champ is a one-of-a-kind wooden tree that is more than 300 years old.
It’s a rare and fragile tree that was created for the World War I era, when the French were fighting the German army.
Bhochamps Champs Chant was designed by the late João Pedro Ribeiro in 1888 and is the first wooden chandeliere in the world.
It was used to decorate homes in a number European countries.
Bohus Champs chandelieres woodworking workshop is located in the French town of Ligny-sur-Mer.
They are part of a network of woodworkers and designers, and have also been working with the French government to develop a new woodworking factory in the town.