Everything is (not) OK

Originally for the Poster for Tomorrow competition, "Everything is (not) OK" is designed as a poster to be placed in busy areas where it would only be looked at briefly or from afar. By seeing the poster as intended, the recipient will only be able to see the message "everything is ok" but if they spend a little bit more time paying attention to the poster they will see the real message "everything is not ok". The poster would refer to various mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety down the bottom of the poster because like the poster where many people would miss the real message, many people also miss the real message that people suffering with these mental health disorders give as well.

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