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How & Nosm

How & Nosm (Raoul and Davide Perre) are identical twin brothers who work collaboratively as graffiti artists and muralists. They were born in 1975 in the Basque region of Spain and raised in Dusseldorf, Germany. In their teens, they honed their graffiti skills during their travels, painting in over 60 countries around the world. In 1997, during a visit to New York, they were invited to join the legendary TATS CRU. In 1999, How & Nosm relocated to New York, where they are currently based, a move that led to their transition from graffiti to refined, large-scale public murals and studio work. The book HOW&NOSM: The Brazil Diaries, published in 2011, documents hundreds of murals they created in Rio over the past several years. In 2012, How & Nosm were included in the roster of acclaimed artists invited to paint murals on the Houston and Bowery Wall in lower Manhattan. Their piece, The Day After, was completed immediately following Hurricane Sandy and remained on view through March 2013. They have been featured in publications such as ARTINFO, The Huffington Post and TimeOut New York.

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