Nomad Clan. (duo). Aylo and Cbloxx. Manchester, England, UK. Stencil/Street Artists.

Aylo began painting about eight years ago. About five years ago she moved back to Manchester and started doing art full-time.

Cbloxx started with stencil art back in 2007.

They started collaborating as T & T,  an all girl crew. T & T is still growing

Their name Nomad Clan comes from the transient and peripatetic early part of their collaborative work–when they were first getting started. The Nomad signifies all the hard times that they have gone through. Clan refers to their dedication to getting their art out in front of the public.

“Tempest” Liverpool. England, UK. 2017.

Tempest.png
https://www.instagram.com/p/BPutBO3hShM/?taken-by=samwilcock

Thank you @samwilcock for the wonderful image!

Container Next to St Anne’s Church. Manchester, England, UK. 2016

Poppies.png
https://www.instagram.com/p/BLW30GShXt3/?taken-by=davidpiano92

Thank you @davidpiano92 for the wonderful image!

“Final Fleet.” Blackpool Sea Sand & Spray Festival. Blackpool, England, UK.2016

blackpool
https://www.instagram.com/p/BLwDwOzAsJr/?taken-by=nomad.clan

Nomad Clan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nomad.clan/

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Nomad Clan Website: http://www.nomadclan.co.uk/

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Nomad Clan Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Nomads.meet/?fref=ts

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Good interview with Nomad Clan: http://londonstreetartdesign.co.uk/recent-interviews/lsd-magazine-interviews-nomad-clan/

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