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NOMAD CLAN

THE STREET ART DUO WITH NO BOUNDARIES


Shipwrecks. Viaducts. Industrial shipping containers. Wandering street artists Nomad Clan’s folkloric murals have been sprayed across a spectrum of canvases. Born and raised in Manchester, the pair have come a long way since their creatively restrictive beginnings in time-consuming retail and social work careers. Nowadays the internationally renowned northern duo have the freedom to do whatever they want. Wherever they want.

"Street art isn’t about ticking boxes – it’s about setting fire to the rules."

"Street art isn’t about ticking boxes – it’s about setting fire to the rules."

Cbloxx,
Street Artist, Nomad Clan

Cbloxx, Street Artist, Nomad Clan

Focused on memorialising local heritage, the pair’s unmistakable style aims to highlight socio-economic issues in the area. Years of overcoming harsh criticism, homophobia and ardent mansplaining in a broadly male-dominated industry have inspired Nomad Clan to keep empowering communities with their locally resonant murals.

Heavily influenced by working-class movements, the northern artist’s signature provocative style dares you to disagree. Nomad Clan’s work has illustrated social and political issues from economic fragility on the side of a hotel in Colorado to the dismantling of the mining industry on a viaduct in Newcastle. Merging politics and street art can often raise controversy. But they don’t care. Bad feedback is shrugged off. Nomad Clan want to make an impact.

“When people tell me I’m not good enough or that I can’t do something, I say ‘watch me’.”

“When people tell me I’m not good enough or that I can’t do something, I say ‘watch me’.”

AYLO,
Street Artist, Nomad Clan

AYLO, Street Artist, Nomad Clan

Landing in Camden and Manchester to make their mark with bespoke DM’s murals, Nomad Clan perfectly captured both the spirit of Dr. Martens and the cultured history of each place. From Shoreditch to Sweden, the pair have sprayed all over the world. And they’re just getting started.