Andrzej Mleczko studied architecture at the Polytechnic School in Krakow from 1966 until 1974. In 1971, he made his debut at as illustrator in a student magazine. In 1974, he became a member of the Polish Artists Society. From 1975 on, he made illustrations for numerous Polish and international magazines. He has his own space in magazine Polityka. From 1975 until 1980, he also worked as a theater consultant for Kochanowski, and after that until 1992 for Slowacki. After the coup in 1981, Andrzej Mleczko broke off his collaboration with the press and started his own gallery in Krakow, which he is still running. Andrzej Mleczko has had many exhibitions in Poland and abroad, and his work has appeared in several collections.
"I agree there are certain problems in this country.
But with this pen I put an end to all of them."