The images speak for themselves. And even when they are paired up with poetry and simple explanations, they still convey a sort of child-like view of reality. His photo-collages or illustrations about photos play up popular imaginary, take advantage of childhood dreams and have fun with monsters that don't scare anyone a bit.
- "What do you dream of, Captain?!". This sentence accompanies an unimaginable mix of grass and a nuclear submarine. Just like the simple scrawl in a photo of clouds in the sky, where he exercises what every little boy dreams of and jokes: -"The snail's only friend was the elephant, who wasn't ashamed of his little friend and used a shell as well."
Tebe Interesno uses the softness of his lines and an acuteness all his own to make the minimal look complex. With a unique ability, he was able to, for instance, transform a joyless window of an old, run-down building into a creative spot. Detail: he only used white and four black spots.
The armless monster that bites a building as if it were a chocolate bar, the huge monsters playing football or destroying constructions in big cities, the polluting smoke shaping up, the creature whose antena lights up the fog, among others, show how much this mix of art, criticism, imagination and creativity work beautifully.
His vision, which is divided between art and publicity, turned the front of a building into an imaginary guitar and showed that nuclear weapons are always in the hands of men. A nice way of talking with society: with facts and photos.