Designing Thought 32: Fine and Applied — The Atheist's Divine

By the time you read this, I am about to go into the first class of Athletics and Criticism. I feel the need to say that most of what I am writing in the Designing Thought during this class would probably influence the project. I feel we need to learn to judge photography not based on the techniques, but on identity. The fact is that I identify with fine art over applied art as an organ of innovation and structural inspection. I may not identify as religious.  However, the idea of looking for one's relationship with the divine is something that is part of personal growth, even if just as a piece of fiction and personal truth.