Illustrated Interview – Probablyanillustrator mixes digital technique with handmade aesthetics

Giulia Guido · 5 years ago
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His name is Andrei Popa, but with time he’s becoming known as Probablyanillustrator. I found him by chance on Instagram and attracted a bit by his name and a bit by his gallery I thought it could be perfect for our column of Illustrated Interviews. 

Andrei was born in Romania, now lives in Bucharest and studied communication and public relations, and then specialized in advertising. Andrei’s young age may explain his choice to create his works and illustrations almost exclusively in digital format. This technical decision almost contrasts with the style of his artworks, which conceal a vintage and artisanal side and are characterized by strong colors and simple shapes, but never banal. 

In addition to discovering how he answered our questions, I suggest you go and take a look at his website where you will find, in addition to his works, short explanations that accompany them and that explain a little ‘of his history and his art. 

What kind of tools do you use to create your artworks?

What’s your idea of freedom? 

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Which subject do you prefer to draw?

What do you see outside the window?

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What comes to your mind when you think about Italy?

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