As taking a quick look at this piece of art, one would feel free to characterize it as chaotic. First goal accomplished! The sense is totally compatible with the start of our common journey in Greek Mythology, at the very beggining of Cosmos.
In his poem ‘Theogony’, Hesiod claims that ‘Εν ἀρχή ἦν τὸ Χάος’ > At first Chaos came to be….
but next came Earth, Abyss and Eros -the son of Aphrodite… Darkness, Night… Then Light, Day and so on.
Indeed, with a closer look all the above symbolisms are present.
Black for darkness, yellow for light, red for life, altogether making the proper color combination for tension. Several blacks switch to grays or whites as the creation process goes on.
Symbolic parts are here combined with secondary typographic forms.
At center top and right corner, the inspirational sentence is used as a title. Strong shapes create discreetly the word Caos (or Χάος in Greek), as its oval Eggs continue to give birth.
Inside the a (alpha) is the symbol of Chaos with each arrow pointing at the four directions. Maybe somehow there is a god in that, is that a cross symbol?
Cyan for water, gently puring itself into the newborn planet on the bottom right.
On the left, last but not least, the side face of us all, who try to rationalize everything. But after Eros and our other insticts “throw their arrow” towards us, we still remain humans.