Botond's artworks communicate an intensive experience of impermanence, and raise several concerns of cultural criticism. The characteristic sensual quality and formal diversity of his works come from his constant experimentation with materials and techniques.
In his last group of works entitled The Supper Botond relied on Christian motifs and the stages of Christ's Passion. He painted the reinterpretations of Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, Veronika's Veil and the Shroud of Turin on a very contemporary material, truck canvas, thus creating a bridge between the archaic subjects of Christian culture and the present time.
Leonardo's The Last Supper is one of the most well-known wall-paintings of the Christian World; it inspired generations of artists to create copies and paraphrases. Botond expanded the two-dimensional fresco into space, creating a unique space-installation. The Supper, operating like a space-mapping, makes its spectator an active participant, while, being the central work of the exhibition, also becomes the sacral centre of its space.
The group of works entitled The Supper is actually an open discussion about religion and Christian faith: the artist invites the visitor to fill the empty spaces created by him with one's own emotions and experiences.