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 cover with a two-headed cow introduces an issue all about the contemporary environmental conundrum. In 96 color pages recycled from other newspapers and magazines, Colors investigates the ecological cost of a cow in terms of feed, water, fuel, and production techniques for meat and other delicacies, to show how a mouth-watering sandwich can actually be in very "bad taste." Colors also takes a look at those fantastic presents the supermarkets give us for free, in the form of all those bags & boxes. An interview with garbage collectors from various parts of the world ought to jolt us out of our lull.