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Kevin Burdick “Scraps”

Born 1985 in Flint Mi., then raised in Fenton Mi. I First attended Mott Community College, where I studied basic art. At this point I realized that Art would be my profession. I was later accepted to the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where I studied Animation and Illustration.

After school I started experimenting with different mediums, including Airbrushing and Aerosol. Airbrushing was my initial focus where I had airbrushed over hundreds of different types of vehicles. My primary focus has taken a turn in the last 5 year on aerosol murals on a larger scale. Although airbrushing made up the foundation of my art career, aerosol art is becoming the creative outlet and freedom every artist seeks. After many years of perfecting my talent, I know that I can provide high quality artwork to a wide range of clients and programs all over the world.

 

 

 

Nomad Clan

A collective of Cbloxx and AYLO, an internationally-acclaimed, street art muralist duo based in Manchester UK, proudly sponsored by Kobra Spray Paint.

When the pair collaborate the fusion delivers an unmistakable style. Each mural has a strong significance to the environment it sits in, combining playful scenes often from local heritage with detailed portraits of characters from some of the tales they hear in the local public spaces. The main focus of the work is to proudly celebrate local history but on a deeper level often contains the socioeconomic issues effecting the area, for example the demise of the fishing industry, the closures of mills and lack of jobs, inner city social deprivation, etc. Nomad Clan have been noted as ‘One of street art’s finest female duos’ by Widewalls magazine the world’s largest street art online publication, as well as ‘Street arts hottest UK talent’ by Global Street Art blog and pegged as one of the top 5 female street artist in the world by The Guardian News Paper.

 

 

 

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