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.
From the Brazilian street kids on the cover, who surf through Rio on the roofs of speeding commuter trains, to the Iranian body builders who show off for mobs in the streets of Tehran, the 10th issue of Colors searches out the real sports you don't see on TV. In 148 pages of spectacular photography and fast-paced text, Colors gives the global picture: Japanese businessmen practicing golf in the subways of Tokyo, same-sex skating pairs squaring off at the Gay Olympics in New York, Bolivian women footballers taking to the field in honor of Catholic saints.