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Everything Everywhere All at Once: Poster Is A Mind-Melting

It’s not every day that you see a poster that completely blows your mind. But that’s exactly what happened when I saw the Everything Everywhere All at Once: Poster. This poster is a work of art, and it will leave you feeling dizzy and confused. If you’re looking for a way to challenge your perceptions and stretch your mind, then this is the perfect piece for you! 

This ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Series is produced by Ben Eine and features a different artist on each cover. The posters are limited edition and only 10,000 are being made. I liked this idea, as it allows the artist to try something new. The poster is a collage of overlapping images of everything we use to communicate these days – smartphones, laptops, tablets, televisions…even a mixing board! In the middle of this multilayered mess, you might notice some black pools of liquid looking like networks on their own.

Do you know about the release date of Everything Everywhere All at Once:

This series will be released on 25 March 2022. Also, the series has been made available in other 3 different editions. As you probably already know, the poster has been created by Ben Eine – a graphic designer who is known for his unique, abstract style. Ben also works closely with his brother Luke, who is a filmmaker. 

The poster hopes to get people talking about the future of communications and entertainment. All too often we take it all for granted but one day we will be looking back at this time and thinking about how everything is now connected by a thin line or wire through the internet. In case you’re wondering what these posters mean, just check out their website.

Here is the plot of Everything Everywhere All at Once discussed:

Imagine this, you go out to buy some chocolate. The TV screen in the shop says that a killer is on the loose. As you walk along the street you see the same news on kha several screens, warning of an imminent threat. You rush home and turn on your phone – it’s going crazy with messages and status updates. 

Then your laptop lights up with more news, but this time it’s telling you that a riot is happening just down the road but everything everywhere all at once just got a whole lot weirder! A mix between chaos and order is presented in those images – there are masses of wires, intersecting images, and broken panels getting in the way of one another.

The Name of Cast & Characters of Everything Everywhere All at Once:

  • Jenny Slate; James Hong
  • Michelle Yeoh · Evelyn Wang
  • Stephanie Hsu · Eleanora’s Eleanor
  • Jamie Lee Curtis
  • Anthony Molinari

What inspired you to write a series of books about everything everywhere all at once?

This series is inspired by a feeling of being overwhelmed by the amount of information we are exposed to daily. I have included both visual noise and quiet moments to create tension and hopefully help the viewer reflect on their current position in the world.

Is there any meaning or message behind this series?

While it is not my primary goal, an underlying concept with these images is that we are all connected, much like networks overlaying each other. And with this intrusion of information into our private spaces, I hope people turn to one another for support and understanding rather than isolation.

How do you go about researching for your books and what are some of the sources?

I generally do research in a very poetic way. For this series, I have been inspired by everything from Chinese traditional paintings to late-night TV. So far the response has been overwhelming, I didn’t expect it to get such a big reaction when I started this project but I’m incredibly glad that it did. As for my sources, I just try and think about the different things around me and find the images that I can translate into the final composition. 

As it is a limited series of artworks, how difficult was it to come up with new ideas?

It wasn’t difficult to come up with ideas for these – I wanted to make a different poster each week, so it’s not like there was one main idea behind them. To be honest I hadn’t thought about what kind of posters would work at all before starting this project.

Do you have any advice for aspiring writers out there who are looking?

Well, as with any artistic pursuit, I think it’s important to spend as much time making things as possible. And take risks – explore whatever topics that you may be interested in and don’t be afraid to branch out into areas you don’t know anything about. There is so much information out there these days that it’s easier than ever to find inspiration. Thank you for giving us a preview of what is yet to come for this series of artworks, where can readers go if they want more information on the series and anything else you are working on?

I am currently available for freelance illustration work through my website.


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