COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide
COLORS 84: Apocalypse – A Survival Guide

Hit by a meteorite, wiped out by a pandemic, fried in a nuclear holocaust or frozen in another Ice Age: civilization could end in a hundred ways. Yet the relentless onslaught of disaster prophecies leaves you overwhelmed, exhausted and unsure who to believe. You've got Apocalypse Fatigue, but don't give up. The climate is the hottest it's been for 1,000 years, and this century will see temperatures rise five times more than they have already, bringing hurricanes, floods, famine and wildfire. So start preparing: build a bunker, secure your energy supply, stockpile food. When mankind throws itself into the abyss, you need to be ready to climb back out.

Poster included: 574mm(w) x 912mm(h)

Poster included: 574mm(w) x 912mm(h)


Specifications:

ISSN (Australia/New Zealand Edition): 2227-2992
ISSN (Hong Kong/Taiwan/China Edition): 2227-2984
Size: 228mm(w) X 287mm(h)
Poster: 574mm(w) x 912mm(h)
Pages: 128pages

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse

COLORS 84: Apocalypse


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 & UK!

Antía Carbajo "The Art Project" – Pontevedra, Spain

Antía Carbajo "The Art Project" – Pontevedra, Spain

Antía Carbajo is a multidisciplinary designer from Spain. Her work is focused on a combination of design, art direction and photography for developing creative compositions, products & graphics. She recently art directed "The Art Project", a 2015 school project event about art and artist that is celebrated in Porto's city. The concept of the event is the 3D because it isn't just an exhibition space, but a space where people can interactuate with the pictures.

Jonathon Lau – Sydney, Australia

Jonathon Lau – Sydney, Australia

Award winning motion designer Jonathon Lau recently re-branded Foxtel’s bio channel, coming up with a complete change of DNA and programme offerings. The brand revolves around the concept of the “lens”, a graphical circle that is used to focus in on what’s important, and represents the station’s commitment to curate quality content.

HÜZÜN – An ISTphoto documentary project – Istanbul, Turkey

HÜZÜN – An ISTphoto documentary project – Istanbul, Turkey

HÜZÜN is the name of an ISTphoto project which is a growing collection of pictures from Istanbul started since 2013. The pictures are shown in different exhibition traveling trough Germany and Turkey. ISTphoto is Valeska (Istanbul/ Leipzig) and Miriam (Budapest/ Istanbul), both freelance designer and photographer.

Bardo – Bren Imboden, Luis Viale – Melbourne, Australia

Bardo – Bren Imboden, Luis Viale – Melbourne, Australia

“We believe that if there is a good concept behind the pack, we don’t need anything else. The communication has to be clear, simple and honest to the consumer.”

Ting-An Ho – Taipei, Taiwan

Ting-An Ho – Taipei, Taiwan

"Good design is one that benefits all mankind, whether its influence is large or small. Those who have exiled themselves to big foreign cities such as New York, Paris and Tokyo, and have won lots of awards, will never be an example for me, because I think there is still a lot for me to do here and a long way to go."

Shannnam – Hong Kong

Shannnam – Hong Kong

The collection is described as "a glimmer, a touch, a place, a continuity, a dream, captured within suspended streams of consciousness".

Tofu Design Studio – Michelle Au – Singapore

Tofu Design Studio – Michelle Au – Singapore

"Form, function, emotion. When the first two work seamlessly together to deliver a ‘reveal’ experience that’s topped off with a satisfaction that its content is well justified."

Marios Karystios – Gino's Garden Olive Oil – Lebanon

Marios Karystios – Gino's Garden Olive Oil – Lebanon

Gino’s garden organic olive oil, from Lebanon recently released a limited-quantity, olive shaped bottle for its finest quality line from the grove of Gino Haddad. Two different types of uneven olive shaped bottles were drawn, using mathematical techniques to calculate the irregular shape and volume. The ceramic bottles were brought to life by the skilful hands of Stelios Laskaris, in black gloss and green matte glaze finishes. Photography by Roger Moukarzel. The making of by Marios Karystios.

As Types Grow Older – Re-issuring 'Sadness' and 'Grimoire' – Cologne, Germany

As Types Grow Older – Re-issuring 'Sadness' and 'Grimoire' – Cologne, Germany

Felix Braden’s very first typefaces 'Sadness' and 'Grimoire' have just been published in new and revised versions at Myfonts. After the tragic end of the established Fountain Type Foundry he had to ask himself the following question: Is there still any justification for the existence of his 20 year old fonts? 'Sadness' was based on experiments during his stay at the Trier College of Design, 'Grimoire' on the other hand combines two seemingly contradicting principles – calligraphic and constructive ideas – and makes them work together. The font is based on a modular system but simulates a handwritten typeface. Both fonts are available for €5 at Myfonts with a introductory discount of 80% until 19 MAY.

Lily Kao – Toronto, Canada

Lily Kao – Toronto, Canada

“A good packaging design brings out the personality of the product and tells a story about the brand.”