|Page Count||96 pages|
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.
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.