The Indivisual Collective is an independent project focused solely on artists and their vision of each individual concept. That aside, we simply make good stuff that inspires folks to think, imagine, laugh, question, and dream through one human wrapper at a time.
“My work usually has a happy / innocent tone to it. I thought it would be fun to go in the opposite direction and see what my evil work would look like. Often you can create an opposite of something by simply flipping it… so that’s what I did. I flipped a nun and she became evil.”
Jim Darling is a painter, sculptor, builder, craftsmen, muralist, street artist and ball point pen wizard as evident by this Nun drawing. Jim’s been busy building massive ephemeral sculptures made from objects and even old boats found in the area. Recent pieces involve a symmetrical installation in an abandoned Detroit church with REVOK, a series of topographically raised architectural painting / sculptural pieces, and building a tank. He often works alongside his wife and incredible artist Tina Darling. They reside in Los Angeles with their son Micah and Margot the dog. Photo by Jeremiah Garcia.
Brett Amory’s “Waiter #13” shirt is based off of his painting of the same name and the artist’s ever evolving “Waiting” series. Shots from Amory’s Oakland studio as he prepared for his solo show at Lazarides’ Outsiders Gallery in the UK.