Andrea Chronopoulos is an Italian-Greek illustrator who is now based in Rome. He graduated in illustration & 2D animation at the European Institute of Design of Rome in 2011. Founding member of Studio Pilar. In 2017 he was part of the D & Ad Crafts for Design jury.

The story of the “Negroni Sbagliato” is a global legend conceived and created in one of the bars symbol of the great metropolis of Milan: Bar Basso. Uncertain is only the year, depending on the sources, 1967 or 1968. However it was an evening of great crowd in the local in via Plinio, of which at the time was owner Mirko Stocchetto. A moment of distraction, and together with Bitter Campari and the red Martini, instead of gin, Prosecco was poured. The execution, however, was perfect, so perfect that this new blend forever changed the world of drinks.

This incredible story was brilliantly illustrated by Andrea Chronopoulos who, through a series of well-designed vignettes, produced in black and white, summarized this incredible event that gave a revolutionary and innovative touch to the city of Milan