一、新中華文化系列 - 以中華文化為核心結合西方技術與思維，以不同視野重新表現出當代文化的新樣貌，並重新審視自我文化與西方差異，重新詮釋新中華文化與台灣文化。
二、LEIPOP系列 - 以普普藝術（POP ART）的入世精神，觀察當今時下時事，以詼諧、諷刺、趣味的方式呈現當下時代中的時事議題，以記錄者、評論者的角色為創作出發點。
Lei Ti, was born in 1982 in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC. He was inspired by a traditional Taiwanese ceremony, where he got the idea of applying firecrackers to art. Burned firecrackers leave quite special marks. They are beautiful, and represent unique historical and cultural implications of Chinese heritage. After long-term practice and with his American wife's encouragement, Lei Ti made up his mind to specialize in firecracker exploding works and continue to explore his own style of art. He has developed three main series and held solo exhibitions and group exhibitions every year, hoping to inspire people with his unique approaches and contemporary views.
The Chinese invented firecrackers more than 1,400 years ago. They have many different names and types. The main principle is that during gunpowder combustion, air heats and expands instantaneously, which causes the cardboard tube to explode and burn with huge sound, light and smoke. Tracing the history of firecrackers, they are mostly used for festivals, celebrations, weddings, religious activities, and at Chinese New Year. The main function is celebration and protection against evil. Firecrackers have spread around the world and as long as there are Chinese people, the custom of burning firecrackers will go on. The main principle of firecracker painting is to use the instant blast of combustion to brand a media plane with fire and smoke. Firecracker painting is achieved by controlled burning of firecrackers and by using isolation and insulation principles. Because of the complexity of these principles, the unpredictability of firecracker painting operations leads to high failure rates. There is a considerable degree of difficulty in creation, but because of this the work is also unique.
Lei Ti’s creative issues are currently divided into three categories:
(1) The New Chinese Culture Series - This series envisions a new way of showing contemporary Chinese culture. Examines Eastern and Western differences. Re-interprets the new Chinese and Taiwanese culture.
(2) LEIPOP Series - POP ART style is concerned with the world spirit. Looks at current events with humor and irony, a fun way to present the issues of the current era. Uses critical views as a starting point.