Beppo is a well-known environmental installation artist, and has had at least three exhibitions at Jefferson County's museum of contemporary art. All of his sculptures seem to be based on over-sized versions of everyday objects. One exhibition is called "Really Big Art Supplies"; another one is called "Donuts Over The Mountain", and is, as the name implies, several over-sized donuts placed over a mountain range. ("Oil on Candace")
Django seems to have inherited artistic talent from his father, but he seems intimidated by the fact that he can only make "small" things compared to Beppo's over-sized creations. Phineas and Ferb tried to help Django make a huge painting to impress Beppo, but in the end, Beppo told Django he liked his art fine and honored it by hanging it on his giant fridge ("Oil on Candace").
Nothing is really known about their relationship, but it is known that she is his daughter. This was said by Dan Povenmire.
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