A typical feature of Jakub Špaňhel's work are cycles that are mostly devoted to a single theme based on the artist's perception of everyday life. He describes his painting style as "expressive impressionism" and likes to say that he always paints things that exist in reality. He manages to captivate both with his inherently expressive painting gesture, as well as by painting with specially made rollers, where he works with a very reduced, repetitive nature of his subjects. Thus, on one hand, we encounter motifs of temple interiors, chandeliers, landscapes, central bank buildings, gas stations, portraits, flowers and butterflies. On the other hand, there are patterns of beer pulliters, crosses, boats, ballerinas, Chimera and John of Nepomuk.