The project reveals the problem of categorical definitions of social norms, the division into good and bad, the immense gap between generations. It claims a very ambiguous thesis "Your baby smokes" in order to simplify the attitude to processes that cannot be selected - they are claimed by time. Here marijuana is a symbol of ambiguity of the epoch transformations. You can choose to tolerate the fact that it grows large-scale and even legal, or you can not, but the fact is obvious – this is new reality. A cursory view shows that the simplicity of the issue deprives you a chance for the deep cognition. But this very kind of general comprehensibility is intended to arise associations by nonprofessional audience that is not ready to perceive the high philosophy of contemporary art. All exhibits are executed in collage technique. The author follows Picasso in his attitude to the artistic form. A piece of painting as an end in itself is created according to the author’s own vision of forms and their manifestations. All ideas lie on the surface of the modern reflections on the modern world and are reproduced with the purity of self-knowledge. It is important for the author to reject the profundity of the contemporary art and to show a complex issue in simple forms. Children's drawings are used to indicate the problems of the generations. It is "A naked boy" of Ida S. Haskell who played the part of the main character - the one who smokes. The work is imbued with symbolism - the image of a naked child, clean and open to the world, and the world in its turn is not ready accept the child. All characters and associations are fictitious.