Body art painting, and he has a very clear vision and a way of expressing it and creating a sense of place. And when you have a great artist like this, when you have someone like this who's able to paint with a lot of freedom, he's really able to create a lot of imagery with very little reference.
And in some ways I feel like we're sort of going back to that time, where artists were sort of inspired by each other, and had a really clear sense of where each other was coming from and how they thought.
And that's really what it was. That's really where it was like with Jim Steranko and with Andy Warhol. It was all sort of an inspiration, and if you just look at the photographs, a lot of the images are based on references that were either created or taken by one of these artists, and so they would create their own references.
I have no idea how you would do that, though. There are, at best, two ways to be an atheist/humanist: by being a member of a religious community (which is very difficult) and by becoming a person without any religion at all.
If you go into the former, there are two paths you can take. You can either go to the atheist community (I believe this is the only choice if you have not already done so), which is a little weird. The idea is, you would meet people who share the same beliefs you do.
You would also meet people who have no religious beliefs. The whole idea is to have a community of people who you can go to when you feel like you can't be the atheist you want to be.
There are some benefits to the atheist community, like having friends, but it can be really isolating.