A magazine about the rest of the world
Created by photographer Oliviero Toscani and art director Tibor Kalman in 1991 to show the world to the world. The message has remained the same: diversity is good.
Colors rebuffs the stress and tension of adults to concentrate on the other 35% of the world population. From the underweight, 3-pound, crack-addicted doll designed to prevent pregnancy among drug-using teens, to the perfect copy of a Beretta, to a rudimentary Scottish pistol made from a bottle and a condom. More than 85 articles strong, this issue describes children's toys from over 30 countries with its usual dose of irony, impertinence and provocation.