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As the UK street art and graffiti scene flourishes, the number of large scale street art murals being commissioned is increasing and female street art duo Nomad Clan are leading the way in Liverpool.
Although London has seen the most large scale street art murals, in recent years other cities have begun to catch on. November 2015 saw the creation of one of Liverpool’s biggest murals by two female artists: Cbloxx and Aylo who together form Nomad Clan. Nomad Clan have been working together for less than a year and have already painted all over the UK, but this project has helped them reach new heights, literally and in terms of their career.
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