COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide
COLORS 83: Happiness – A Survival Guide

You get it when you win a race and lose it when you get laid off. Governments put it in their policies, preachers in their sermons, writers at the ends of their stories. Scientists say they've found it on the left side of the brain. Pursuing it, Americans spend US$20 billion a year on self-help and antidepressants. But wealth isn't working: people in the West are twice as rich as they were sixty years ago, yet no more satisfied with their lives. Twenty years from now, depression will be the biggest health burden in the world. Joy, euphoria, satisfaction, tranquility, triumph. It comes in many forms. So what makes you happy?


Specifications:

ISSN (Australia/New Zealand Edition): 2227-2992
ISSN (Hong Kong/Taiwan/China Edition): 2227-2984
Size: 228mm(w) X 287mm(h)
Pages: 132pages

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness

COLORS 83: Happiness


About COLORS

COLORS is a magazine about the rest of the world; distributed quarterly in more than 40 countries worldwide. COLORS is a timeless collectable magazine for multiple readers. It is a magazine that celebrates diversity and racial harmony. Since its first appearance in 1991, COLORS has reinvented journalism.

Stating from #83, IdN is co-publishing COLORS with Fabrica, launching an English/Chinese bilangual edition for Hong Kong, China & Taiwan; as well as an English/Italian edition for Australia & New Zealand!

Bad Trip by Michael Arnold – London, UK

Bad Trip by Michael Arnold – London, UK

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Artilize – TALES – Taipei, Shanghai

Artilize – TALES – Taipei, Shanghai

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Studio Kluif exhibits in South Korea – The Netherlands

Studio Kluif exhibits in South Korea – The Netherlands

In celebration of the new South Korean government identity system, the Ministry of Culture, Sport & Tourism has decided to sponsor a special exhibition for the public. 50 design companies from all over the world are invited to design 2 works. One that reflects the ideal graphic representation of their national government identities and one that reflects their graphic interpretation of Korea. The collective works will be displayed on August 15th during the 70th anniversary of the Korean Independence Day and during the 2015 IDC Eeum Design Connects event in Gwangju from October 17th till the 23th.

Tien-Min Liao – Handmade Type (0:18)

Tien-Min Liao – Handmade Type (0:18)

Self-initiated project.

QUIET LIFE announces the all new Tropical Capsule Release – Los Angeles, USA

QUIET LIFE announces the all new Tropical Capsule Release – Los Angeles, USA

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Tetsuya Toshima – Tokyo, Japan

Tetsuya Toshima – Tokyo, Japan

With international experience working in many field of design and art, including branding, design consulting, interactive design, films, music, architecture and interior design, Tetsuya Toshima continues to seek out visual-communication challenges through his art.

Mash Creative creates identity and packaging for Tenzing Skincare – London, UK

Mash Creative creates identity and packaging for Tenzing Skincare – London, UK

Working in collaboration with Socio Design, Mash Creative designed a brand and packaging system for the first release of Tenzing products. The new brand features an iconic mountain marque designed to lead the storytelling of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay and act as a metaphor for ‘conquering life’. The geometry and cleanliness of the marque was offset with a robust serif logotype, helping to communicate the historical background of Tenzing Norgay and position the products for a male audience.

Letterproeftuin – Yorit Kluitman, Timon Van Der Hijden, Jaron Korvinus – Rotterdam, Netherlands

Letterproeftuin – Yorit Kluitman, Timon Van Der Hijden, Jaron Korvinus – Rotterdam, Netherlands

Based in Rotterdam, but with a knack for appearing at design festivals and events all over Europe, Letterproeftuin is a collective that revels in the circus of design performance and open-source spectacle. The group sees itself as “neo-craft” in coming up with ideas such as “The World’s Smallest Print Company”.

COOEE – Tin Can (1:25)

COOEE – Tin Can (1:25)

Visual identity for Dutch production company, Tin Can.

Binaposters: Exploring the Creative Process – Madrid, Spain

Binaposters: Exploring the Creative Process – Madrid, Spain

Binaposters by Binalogue is a set of posters depicting some of the principles that they live by in their day to day life – both the rationale and work philosophy as well as how to face any challenge. Either as a result of a conscious process or as a result of unexpected and great ‘happy accidents’, each poster becomes a blank canvas open for experimentation and creation, exploring different genres, techniques and languages.