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!

SCM Annual 2015 – "Flux" – Hong Kong

SCM Annual 2015 – "Flux" – Hong Kong

This summer, the CityU School of Creative Media (SCM) is more than delighted to present the SCM Annual 2015 ‘Flux’, an exhibition of 55 works from the graduating class and 8 selected works from other students. The showcase of artworks covers different forms of art including photography, films, interactive installations, etc., where screenings of 2D and 3D animation, documentaries, narrative and experimental films are scheduled to screen at the cinema theatre. The exhibited works each reveals a story of the student, the harvest after years of continuous experimentations and endless efforts.

Thibault de Fournas – From paper to screen (2:08)

Thibault de Fournas – From paper to screen (2:08)

Graduation project exploring the use of typography in cinema for opening and closing title.

Bellta Studio – Pennapa Shotlersuk – Bangkok, Thailand

Bellta Studio – Pennapa Shotlersuk – Bangkok, Thailand

Ever concerned with the impact designers have on the environment and the world’s rapidly declining resources, Shotlersuk is set on only designing durable lifestyle products with mostly recycled materials.

'Used Paper' Launch – London, UK

'Used Paper' Launch – London, UK

When arranging the shipment of works for Robert Ryman’s 1968 exhibition at Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf, the gallerist listed the artworks simply as ‘paper’ to minimise any potential import costs. When informed that the import duty on handmade paper was also high, Fischer re-categorised the works as ‘used paper’.<br><br> Used Paper is a new contemporary art publisher commissioning multiple and editioned works across a broad range of media, accompanied by commissioned essays. Artists are invited to approach the conception and production of a portfolio as if making a solo or group exhibition, employing images, objects, sound and film/digital works all within the context of a box file.

Chic & Artistic – Les Bêtises Opening Title (0:51)

Chic & Artistic – Les Bêtises Opening Title (0:51)

A colourful, burlesque animated title sequence. The main protagonist is shown as stylised illustration, making his slapstick way through a series of playful fonts, with each scene he encounters humorously referencing the credited actor’s character.

Mur Nomade presents AWAY – winning exhibition of its first open call for young curators – Hong Kong

Mur Nomade presents AWAY – winning exhibition of its first open call for young curators – Hong Kong

Curated by Yip Kai Chun, it explores the subject of loss and remembrance. Drawing on his personal experience and following his distinctive curatorial line and interest in mixing disciplines and generations, the young Hong Kong curator conceived an exhibition featuring sculpture, video and sound installations, along with traditional paper crafts.

An Art Show Celebrating Thirty Years of the Screaming Hand – A tribute to artist Jim Phillips and a skateboarding icon – Los Angeles, USA

An Art Show Celebrating Thirty Years of the Screaming Hand – A tribute to artist Jim Phillips and a skateboarding icon – Los Angeles, USA

In honor of Jim Phillips Sr. and the Screaming Hand logo, Santa Cruz has invited over 48 of the world’s most influential artists of the past 30 years to interpret and pay homage to this iconic image. For the inaugural show in Los Angeles, The Seventh Letter has curated a collective of artists to give another perspective and show how the logo has influenced artists from all walks.

The 'Consumer' T-shirt by SHOK-1 – London, UK

The 'Consumer' T-shirt by SHOK-1 – London, UK

A 30+ year veteran of painting in the streets and a hardcore gamer since the early 80's, SHOK-1 painted the image inspired by the classic videogame character to create a witty metaphor on our modern consumer culture. The original artwork was spraypainted on a wall in Germany in his unique X-ray style using cutting-edge freehand techniques pioneered by the artist. No stencils or tape were used to achieve the intricate translucent effects.

BlinkmyBrain –  Alphabetic (2:03)

BlinkmyBrain – Alphabetic (2:03)

A personal project that created to explore new possibilities with type animation and design.

Lienke Raben – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Lienke Raben – Amsterdam, Netherlands

“The local design scene, as opposed to the advertising scene where I worked before, is less about the big brands and more about the freedom and time to create something awesome. Animators and illustrators that I know really have a passion for what they do and my experience is also that they’re all a little bit weird, in a good way.”