Most fine in more ways than one artists already know this. Molding work with clay takes some rather deft fingers and a truly dedicated and expansive mind when it comes to creativity. By molding a lump of clay on the workbench, the fine artist is in full control of his or her craft. He is a fine artist because his work is that much appreciated by those he wishes would see it, or even touch it. She is a fine artist because that is the category designated to her.
But those with pretensions of branding themselves as purists in art got it all wrong when they cast a prejudicial eye away from the commercial artist. The best of them, the artists, that is, continue to cock a snook at those still far too ignorant to want to change their views. The business is extremely enterprising again, in more ways than one. Take custom injection molding for instance. See if you can get this right.
Hold up the very ten fingers that would normally be used to mold the above said clay, or craft a note or two as fine as this one you are reading right now. And then see how many things you can think of that is created from this process of injection molding. If you could fill all ten fingers you need to be congratulated. And if you’ve gone on to make another separate list elsewhere, more kudos to you, because as you can see, the list is endless.
Perhaps it is the nature of the day. It is far too busy to allow for a thought or two such as this one. The next time you lift up your favorite coffee mug, try and think about why it is such.