How and Nosm have collaboration down to a science. The interdisciplinary artist duo, comprised of twins Raoul and Davide Perre, is perhaps known most widely for multi-story murals found in metropolises world-wide, though the brothers also work in printmaking, painting and installation art. Dominated by a minimalist, high-contrast color palette of red, white and black, How and Nosm’s works appear abstract from afar. But when one approaches, the geometric shapes reveal multitudes of characters that add a narrative quality to the otherwise design-oriented pieces. The brothers share a unique philosophy regarding their artistic practice. Their individual egos are almost non-existent, their communication, nearly telepathic. The creative process is an entirely shared experience where teamwork is paramount. How and Nosm currently have an exhibition of hand-painted monoprints at Pace Prints in New York City titled “Way Things Are.” We chatted with the brothers about their creative process and latest body of work. Read our conversation below.