When it comes to his own art practices, Warrington looks to Ontology (the branch of metaphysics dealing with the nature of being) and Phenomenology (an approach that concentrates on the relationship of consciousness and the objects of direct experience) as a starting point for most of his works.

Adopting a Socratic attitude in relation to how humans interact with the world around them and with each other, particularly the situation in Malta. Warrington’s works tend to have a dark and critical nature.

His works also tend to portray an absurdist perception towards existential concepts as well as the inclusion of primal elements and behaviour.