Catmouse is an autodidact artist, who has lived and develop his artistic skills in London for five years. He is strongly influenced by the multicultural environment of Great Britain, so his work stems from diverse cultures, not only from heritage of Czech Republic, which used to be one of creative epicentres of Austro-Hungarian empire. In his work, Catmouse attempts to describe socio political affairs, which he explores either via personal experiences, that he tries to put into broader context, or by removing his very identity from the creative process. He uses his identity however to explore the relationship between victim and perpetrator, and the fluidity and exchangeability of those roles, which is how one can interpret the name "Catmouse". He closely follows the media and contemporary thinkers and commentators and notes the smokescreen of the media, which blurs the identity of the relationship between different groups and the impact of those groups on each other. His approach is a combination of illustration, street art with a strong influence of art brut, or outsider art. His street interventions can be found on the streets of London, Jerusalem and Prague. He has participated in several group exhibitions in London.