Everything produces world-class exhibitions
Game On 2.0 is the world’s largest exhibition celebrating the rich history of video games. Everything worked with Life Science Centre and Barbican to create an immersive and thrilling experience which wowed a record number of visitors.

Celebrating nostalgia
A graphical 8-bit pixel concept was created and used in monochrome throughout the exhibition. The graphics complemented the busy exhibition but didn’t compete and the style established the murals in a context that audiences from across the gaming generations could understand, even allowing visitors to revel in different icons that related to their own unique memories of gaming.

Game On 2.0 was extended due to popular demand with over 150,000 visitors attending the exhibition, becoming the second most attended exhibition in Centre for Life’s history.

Animation by Lauren Bennet
Photography by Dee Chaneva and Richard Kenworthy