Eitil grew up in a family of artists, his mother is a sculptor and his father a painter. Art and creativity were everywhere in the house and Eitil was encouraged to experiment and follow his own path at an early age. When he was 21 he started a fashion brand called Mouli together with his older brother. After working several years as a fashion designer Eitil wanted to create another outlet for his creativity. He began to see commercial fashion as something very restricted and was longing for something without rules or limitations. The result was Peytil, which was also the nickname his mother used for him as a boy.
About the prints
The limited editions are printed on German Etching 310g from Hahnemühle, a high end fine art paper signed and numbered at the bottom corners. The open editions are printed on a premium matte fine art paper in 250g. The print method is Giclée, a digital fine art technique where inkjet printer is used. All prints are carefully packed in a protective card board tube and shipped with tracking number and insurance.