'see through, see beyond' is a message from Swiss street art duo Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni known as NeweCrew.

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NeverCrew transforms dark realities of climate change into stunning works. Swiss based street artist duo founded in 1996 found a new language that confronts and at the same time, interacts with public space. 

This year they have presented 'see through, see beyond' at the St+art festival in New Delhi. The festival is a two-month long collaborative platform for street artists from india and around the world, that transforms the urban landscape with art interventions in public spaces through murals, installations, performances, workshops, talks, and screenings.

Boys met at the art school in Lugano (CH), when they were 15 years old. "In the 90's hip-hop was very important in the scene of our region, and so was graffiti. We used to work together on mix-tape graphics and on comics, and so we decided to extend this collaboration to the walls," the artist explained to Street Art United States.

Their work could be seen as a double vision of things (or an analysis): from outside, from the distance – to see the global shape, and from inside, where the different parts become important. "We call them "sections" and we use them to show and create connections, and so thoughts and discussions."

Aug. 15, 2016 Living photo: NewerCrew

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