It's time to move is a collaboration of Peter Wieben and Dominic Nahr. 

Set during the political uprising in Cairo, Egypt in 2011, the book combines pencil and gouache illustrations by Wieben with Nahr's documentary photography. The book is partly true and partly lies.  It is about the fears, hopes, and observations of a small group of witnesses to the events in Egypt.

Peter Wieben is an American-born artist based in Cairo, Egypt. Dominic Nahr is a contract photographer for TIME magazine, whose coverages of conflicts and disasters has appeared in publications including The New Yorker, New York Times Magazine, Stern and many others. He has been a member of Magnum Photos since 2012. 

The book was designed by Elana Schlenker, a New York-based graphic designer and publisher of Gratuitous Type, an infrequent pamphlet of typography and design. 

Ying Ang produced the book, and Jessica Hatcher and J.F. Peters were the editors of text and photography, respectively.  

The book is available for purchase online and at select bookstores around the world.