His work pays homage to an art form that has taken root on the European continent through a Western prism. The artist speaks of a form of revenge of the East on the West, reaffirming the know-how of Japanese artists, particularly the Shin-Hanga movement. Indeed, he revisits the art of prints, the representation of nature and its cults. In his artworks, the artist reinterprets the figures of Manga art, and makes them sacred by integrating them into utopian, poetic and grandiose natural landscapes. He then gives all its importance to nature and its beauty, which will become one of his central themes. Polymorphous clouds, vibrant skies and vast expanses of water justify his pigmented gradations softened by the sfumato technique. Mohamed Kahouadji works essentially with pure pigment inks, which are consequently very intense and allow the pores of the cotton paper to show through.