1. 150 Years Underground is a collection of 150 portraits of Londoners at 150 different Tube stations, and it commemorates 150 years of the London Underground. Now, it’s up for public viewing at Camden Collective until March 10th!

    We love this pic from the hanging of the exhibition, and even if you can’t make it to Camden, you can see more pictures at the Facebook page

  2. Micah Garen’s Faces of the Facebook Revolution photo essay was recently awarded 2nd place in the Editorial: War/Conflict category of the 2011 International Photography Awards. Initially published by VanityFair.com, the series features injured protesters in Tahrir Square in February, 2011.

    A writer, photographer and documentary filmmaker, Garen’s work has been featured in the New York TimesNewsweek,the Associated Press, and Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 911 to name a few. His Kickstarter collaboration with Marie-Helene Carleton, If: A Documentary Film of the Egyptian Revolution raised nearly $18k to share the coming-of-age stories of four young women in Egypt as set against the backdrop of The Arab Spring.