Hehe's works trace influences of pop culture, the indie movement, graphic novels, 'lowbrow art,' and pop surrealism that affects the sense of becoming the Indonesian young generation of today. Hehe embraces the invisible with friendliness and fun, a kind of acceptance and openness to new possibilities and potentials, while also still being aware of life's ironies. He is very instinctive when it comes to making works. He does what he knows. It is evident from his works that he loves comics and made his own characters of monsters and imaginary 'friends' or anything that pops into his mind all based on memory of everything that he has seen. He moves on with his existence in the real world that can be the same on one side but also completely different on the other, in terms of absurdities and abnormalities.
Hendra 'Hehe' Harsono has exhibited in galleries across the globe such as Espace Louis Vuitton in Hong Kong, USA and France.