Kacey Rae Ford's parents were too poor to raise her, so they gave her a lifetime pass to the New York City subway system, then left her there to live. While Kacey learns to survive on the trains,... More > she befriends a developmentally-disabled boy, Charles, with whom she rides on his way to school. One day, Kacey and Charles overhear a criminal plot: an identity thief is planning to rob The New York City Bank! Can the two kids actually prevent the crime?< Less
The project "Subway People" is an utterly serious photo album comprised of the pictures taken by cellular phone. It retains the joy of photography without overloading it with technology.... More > The point of the project is not that such a casual approach is an option but that it is the only option; and that photography becomes a geekish squinted activity more focused on the devices than on anything else otherwise.
"I prefer photography to be a joy. So I stay away of pros with their megazillion pixel cameras for gozillas of dollars. My only camera is my cell phone."
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This version has superior binding. A fantastical picture book where the main character has to help a mariachi band find the secret subway line so they can continue their world tour. Kids age 5+ who... More > loves subways, trains, and learning about new countries will love this book with real photos and places from the New York City subway system, combined with fantastical hand-drawings of all the characters. Enjoy taking your kids through the map and having them decide where they would want to go next - and what adventures they would have!< Less
Subterranean London 2010. A photo-book depicting life in London's pedestrian subways. With narrative from TS Eliot's 'The Wasteland' and overheard conversations, this book aims to capture fleeting... More > moments of the lives that pass through.< Less