In an era full of images, informations, shared knowledge and open communication, there’re both the opportunity to be aware of multiple matters and an undertone of haze. For the big amount of data on a side and for political systems that keep on validating themselves on the other one, a true relation with a natural
Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni from Never Crew recently wrapped up a new piece somewhere on the streets of Chur in Switzerland. This piece is entitled “Home Ground” and was created for the latest edition of the StreetArtFestival. This mural is inspired by the structure of the wall itself, by the local traditions, by the
After 10 days of work, NEVERCREW came back to surprise us with a new series of three interconnected mural paintings realized in downtown Phoenix (Arizona, USA) titled El oso plateado and the machine, curated by Anne-Laure Lemaitre (FatCap).It is a triple intervention where the main art work is the mural on the facade of the Herd Building, then there
NEVERCREW just finished working on a new piece done in Luzern (Switzerland!) for the Neusicht exhibition, organized by Viva con Agua, a network of people and organisations commited to establish access to clean drinking water and basic sanitation for all humans worldwide, so something really important. The artwork is entitled “Realizing machine” and it continues to explore the
Artistic duo NEVERCREW recently visited Denmark where they were invited by the WeAart Street Art Festival. Painting on the streets of Aalborg, the duo worked on “Exhausting Machine #2”, which follows and continues their previous urban intervention realized in Canada. The piece is part of a series about the delicate balance in the relationship between mankind and nature.
Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni also known as NeverCrew just returned from lovely Canada where they painted this awesome new piece somewhere on the streets of Vancouver. “Exhausting Machine” speaks about the thin line between using and abusing. It gives us a visual explanation on the exploitation of our natural resources and the way we are using our earth.
Last week our Italian friends from Never Crew, Pablo and Christian were in sunny France painting for the latest edition of the Grenoble Street Art Festival where they created yet another very big mural! This brand new piece is entitled “Ordering machine” and it focuses on the rather bad human attitude in privatizing natural resources. As usual, this piece features
While you discovered some images from their first piece a few days ago, Never Crew just finished working on a second artwork on the streets of New Delhi in India. In town for the excellent St+Art Festival, the Swiss duo quickly worked their way through this vibrant new piece showing a colorful meteorite and an
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