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Universal Everything is a digital art practice and design studio based in Sheffield, England. The studio was founded in 2004 by Matt Pyke, who is the creative director. Pyke studied botanical and technical illustration and then graphic design, before spending eight years at the Designers Republic (1996–2004).

Universal Everything have worked with several well known brands and corporations including Chanel,[1] AOL[2] Intel,[3]Nike Inc.,[4] Hyundai,[5] Samsung and Zaha Hadid[6], Apple[7], and Deutsche Bank[8] and created the moving image identity for the London Olympic Games 2012[9]

In April 2011, the studio created Super-Computer-Romantics,[10] their first major solo exhibition,[11] for the launch of the new digital art museum La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris.

In February 2014, Universal Everything released Polyfauna,[12] an interactive music app developed in collaboration with Radiohead and the artist Stanley Donwood.

A monograph about the studio’s work will be published in 2019 by Unit Editions.