The late Polish sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz is being honored on her 93rd birthday with a Google Doodle.

Abakanowicz's childhood during World War II greatly influenced her artistic journey.

Google unveiled the Doodle, explaining that Abakanowicz's woven fiber figures, known as Abakans, shattered conventions and pioneered a groundbreaking art form.

She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and gained recognition for her soft sculptures.

Abakanowicz drew inspiration from the sociological phenomenon of 'The Crowd,' creating over a thousand figures resembling human trunks.

Her notable collection Agora is displayed in Chicago's Grant Park.

Her artwork has been exhibited worldwide, and her legacy is preserved by the Marta Magdalena Abakanowicz Kosmowska and Jan Kosmowski Foundation in Warsaw.

The Google Doodle celebrates her lasting impact on the art world.