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Fashion and pop-art collide in this exclusive eiwil style featuring splashes paint splatter, brushstrokes and magazine rip-outs in concert. Black contrast trims anchor this decidedly frenzied piece, making an unforgettably gritty fashion statement Andy Warhol would be proud of.


$1 of garment at retail will be donated to a museum of your choice to support the arts. An additional portion will go back to eiwil artist(s).

  • Each style cut to order and assembled by hand
  • Garment numbered 
  • Exclusive artwork
  • Made in USA
  • One-of-a-kind original design 
  • Hand-placed imagery
  • Lightweight year-round weight
  • Unisex
  • Traditional fit for fashion or athletics 
  • Set-in, full length sleeve
  • Ribbed collar, cuffs and hem
  • Soft fleece-lined
  • Machine wash
  • 'Cooling' hydrophobic poly fabric 
  • Organic dyes 
  • UV resistant, anti-microbial polyester 
  • Purchase supports artist and art-forward organizations

Alejandro Montaner Dobón

The eye of the beholder is one of the main conceptual approaches that Alex gives his abstract works. Through a cheeky palette of playful and primary colors, his work shows the struggle between reality, emotions and experience itself. Those who look at his work will see something different and can appreciate the colors, shapes or simply the fact that it makes them think.

The works incorporate collages, mixed media and paintings - developing and manipulating their personal experiences, emotions and fictional beliefs to create something that asks the beholder to look inside themselves in a psychiatric and primitive way. With a frenetic and almost rough technique with paint volumes shaping the organized chaos, he shows his own different approach to reality where the expression of the brushstrokes serve as the aesthetic connection to nostalgia.

Alex Montaner was born in Valencia, Spain, in 1989. He studied Fashion Design and Design Management in Barcelona. After his studies and work in different fields of design, he started working as a self-taught artist in his studio at London. 

Particularly obsessed with trying to create and experiment with different dark concepts such a sadness, melancholy or nightmares to portray his own fears to the observer.