NEVERCREW's Manchester Project Was Done in Support of a Solidarity Group

By: Riley von Niessen - Jun 28, 2016
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NEVERCREW is an art collective that's based in Lugano, Switzerland. Made up from the talents of Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni, NEVERCREW is known for a number of murals that expand an international scale.

One of the latest of these works includes 'Inhuman Barries,' a piece that addresses immigration. The mural shows people falling from a crystal-like rock, with the icy planet offering them no protection. The piece is said to be in support of the Women Asylum Seekers Together, a solidarity group that's located in Manchester, England.

NEVERCREW's project takes up the side of a building that stands at several storeys high. Other works from the collective include a number of murals that comment on liberation, animal cruelty and global warming.