Andrey Lyublinsky was born in 1972 in Leningrad.
Professional designer and artist, graduate of the State Academy of Art and Design, St. Petersburg. Diploma theme: "Play as a design method". Trained at the Higher Art School "Berlin - Weissensee" (Germany).
Curator of the Communication Design profile at the School of Design in St. Petersburg. Member of the Union of Artists of Russia. Member of the Witchcraft Artists group.
The author of the red men in Perm, a huge yellow duckling in Moscow's Gorky Park, a crocodile at the Flacon design plant and a large-scale installation "Friendship of peoples" at VDNKh.
Andrey Lyublinsky's works are in museum and private collections in Russia and abroad, including: in the collection of the State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), the PERMM Museum of Contemporary Art (Perm), the Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art (St. Petersburg), the School of Management SKOLKOVO (Moscow), Dukley Gardens (Budva).
Laureate of professional awards. His creative biography includes over 30 personal and over 100 collective exhibitions in Russia, Europe and the USA.
The GoodBad series is about 350 characters created by Andrey Lublinsky. Some of them are heroes of the artist's own mythology, some are original versions of cult figures from history and various spheres of contemporary culture. Anyone can be found in his collection - from politicians and cartoon characters to religious figures and pets.