Nevercrew: “Home Ground” in Chur, Switzerland

The Alps, the lakes, the 360 degree views; yes this bear is in Switzerland. It is newly painted by Nevercrew for the young Street Art Festival here in Chur, a quiet town of 35,000 and the oldest town in the country.

The old part of the city is car-free and rather pristine and quiet most of the time, which is a mind-blowing concept for people in congested cities like New York where the morning radio traffic report is more important than the weather report.

Nevercrew. for Street Art Festival Chur. Chur, Switzerland. June 2018. (photo © Nevercrew)

The Swiss duo was back in their home country for a change for this one, which may have contributed to the name “Home Ground”. They tell us a very general background of it’s influences – which can be summarized as addressing natural resources, political borders v geographical boarders, cohabitation, and a broader discussion about who owns the earth and our natural resources.

Nevercrew. for Street Art Festival Chur. Chur, Switzerland. June 2018. (photo © Nevercrew)

Nevercrew. for Street Art Festival Chur. Chur, Switzerland. June 2018. (photo © Nevercrew)

Nevercrew. for Street Art Festival Chur. Chur, Switzerland. June 2018. (photo © Nevercrew)

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