The metaphysical art of Antoine Tapies plays a big part in his work as well as the philosophy of Kasimir Severinovich Malevich and cinematic style of Andrei Tarkovsky.

Filip Radonjik reproduce familiar visual signs, such as typography and automatic drawing, arranging them into new conceptually layered pieces where is notable the strong influence of Jean-Michel Basquiat - his graffiti and neo-expressionist paintings with use of text and lay-out.

These themes are combined into large prints that feature different juxtaposed techniques ; a combination of digital and screen printing with brushwork. Filip Radonjiks color scheme comes from his graphic design background. It suggests hues and contrasts that we usually find in an urban surrounding, and formally unifies the disparate patterns in each painting. The disguised typography provides clues to content and interpretation. He combines an eastern European art motives, focused on basic geometric forms, painted in a limited range of colors with, drawings and graphic design. His inspiration also comes from music and poetry. Much like the poetry of Charles Bukowski and bands like Warsaw and Joy Division who insisted on having a strong visual presence that followed their music.