In his works Rebus develops themes of loneliness, isolation, apathy, so characteristic of modern society. However, in the world he constructed, alarmist moods characteristic of the media are replaced by a more philosophical detached view that accepts facts of isolation or disappearance as natural stages in the cycle of being. Earlier projects of the artist were associated with the rapid development of a new wave of Street art in mid-2010s. In 2014, Rebus participated in a parallel program “Manifesta 10” at the Museum of Street Art in St. Petersburg, where he presented an ironic "Smile" project for Casus Pacis exhibition. In 2017, in the same museum, Rebus created an installation "Life goes on" as part of the "Holiday Comes to You" exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution. In 2016, Rebus presented his personal project as part of a parallel program of the 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. Installation “Good deal” was created on the territory of Trekhgornaya Manufaktura - Dima literally packed one of the buildings in plastic wrap, thereby drawing attention to the problems of the consumer society. In July 2021, a personal exhibition of Dima Rebus “Norms of Insolation” opened at the Smena Center for Contemporary Culture, Kazan.