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150 portraits of 150 commuters at 150 stations

Posted at 5:15 pm, February 15, 2014 in Photos of London, Transport
© Brendan Doherty

The tube has been getting a lot of flack lately, but like any long term relationship, that’s only because we love it so damn much.

Put aside all that commuter chaos from last week and cast your mind back to last year when we were jubilantly celebrating the Underground and its 150 years of good service to the city. London-based photographer Brendan Doherty has also been celebrating the tube’s birthday (although he finished a bit late) with his latest project Tube150. He’s taken 150 portraits of 150 commuters at 150 different tube stations, which will all be on display at The Collective Gallery, 69 Camden High Street from March  3-9.

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However, Brendan needs help for the last push and has set up a Kickstarter campaign to cover the costs of printing and framing. Without the funds, the exhibition can’t go ahead, so if you fancy seeing all these smiley happy people on the tube, dig deep.

For more info on the project check out camdencollective.co.uk and to donate to the Kickstarter campaign visit kickstarter.com

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