COLORS is a quarterly magazine about "the rest of the world" based in Treviso, Italy. Founded in 1991, it is published worldwide in five editions: Chinese/English, French/English, Italian/English, Korean/English and Spanish/English. Every issue of the magazine takes a single theme and covers it from an international perspective.
A powerful news photograph of 4000 Albanians trying to board a freighter bound for Italy opens an issue about cultural transition through immigration. Inside are the stories of people who, like the Albanians, are changing the world by changing their homelands; personal profiles of immigrants, refugees and people such as mercenary soldiers and circus performers who, for professional reasons, have no homelands at all. This issue's theme of cultural transition through immigration is taken further in a music spread about mix-ups like Japanese Salsa, Maori reggae and French rap.