In 2019 Andrei Bilzho launched the book 'Not everyone survived'. It is a collective of the humorous stories you can't help laughing at. Bilzho makes use of substantial fun's feature: telling the truth and fighting injustice. In a manner similar to fools telling the King ugly truth through the seemingly inoffensive anecdotes, there are no taboos for Bilzho. He is fearless and unhampered by restrictions in his ways to make fun of the law, politics and current tragic realities. Thus, he demonstrates how absurd yet touching our life is, says the editor of publishing house 'Eksmo' Tatiana Timakova.
Psychologist and Doctoral Degree in Medicine Bilzho has always been open-minded, his graphic style has repeatedly gone through changes as sketches turned to image multiplication and his talent has found different expressions through radio and TV. As a visual artist Bilzho achieved the title of honor by Russia's Designers Association, Union of Russian Artists, Academy of Graphic Design and Russian Academy of Arts. He also succeeded at monetizing the 'Petrovich' brand by taking on the role of restaurateur.