Andrea Chronopoulos Creates Retro-Like Editorial Artwork for Magazines

By: Meghan Young - Apr 21, 2016
References: andreachronopoulos & itsnicethat
There's something instantly loveable about the work of Andrea Chronopoulos, an artist born in Greece but currently based in Rome, Italy. Of course, there is a cheeky element to the artworks that make them more appropriate for an adult audience. From literal cheekiness (ahem, pronounced bottoms) to male perverts and topless girls, Andrea Chronopoulos' work is predominantly shown in Italian magazines.

Full of vibrant colors and a lot of detail, Andrea Chronopoulos appears to have been inspired by retro comic strips. It's Nice That even references the work of Kyle Platts and Martina Paukova. In addition to working independently, he is also part of Studio Pilar, an illustrator collective and independent publisher based in Rome. So his work gets a decent amount of exposure, which is only right.