Up and Coming Designer: Jon Deviny

Published on September 29th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

You might not be familiar with Jon Deviny’s work yet, but in no time it will surely be making it’s way around town starting this week with Terrain 8! Jon has some serious illustrative prowess and ... Read More


Blackwater Prophet, Ghost Review

Published on September 15th, 2015 | by Miles Martin

Grab some galoshes and a six-pack of the cheap stuff; it’s time to wade deep into this summer’s sludgiest selection of sounds: “Ghost” by Blackwater Prophet. Their second full-length album in under a year, “Ghost” finds ... Read More


Bartfest Poster Show Preview – 2015

Published on September 15th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Last year the Bartfest Poster Show was a serious sight to behold…if I don’t say so myself. Bartfest is a yearly music festival put on by The Bartlett. In correspondence I wanted to organize a yearly ... Read More


Blackwater Prophet Album Release

Published on August 14th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Blues-psych-rock band Blackwater Prophet is releasing a new record less than a year since their self-titled album came out. Based on what I’ve heard so far, it sounds way more dialed in, with better production but ... Read More


Collect Summer Series – #2

Published on August 10th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Woohoo! We are excited for the 2nd of our Collect Sessions Summer Series! This show features Von The Baptist and Cathedral Pearls. Huge thanks to Spokane Arts for being a part of these shows. See you ... Read More


Up and Coming Designer: Lauren Brandt

Published on August 10th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Lauren is a recent graduate of North Idaho College with a great instinct for illustration, a strong collection of local Addy awards under her belt and a keen eye for color palettes. I just love her ... Read More


Von The Baptist, EP Review

Published on August 7th, 2015 | by Scott Ryan

The greatest power that music possesses is its ability to envelop and disorient listeners in the best possible way. Even while they may be analyzing every vocal inflection, production technique or influence that has helped shape ... Read More


Collect Summer Series

Published on July 6th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Coming up this Saturday! We will be doing our first of two Live Collect Sessions at The Bartlett this summer. Spokane Arts will be there with us and it will for sure be a great opportunity ... Read More


A Summer Weekend in Spokane

Published on June 19th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Summer is in full swing and signs are coming on strong, especially this week. Here’s what you can expect on a summer weekend in Spokane. 1. Multiple live art experiences Like art? Well, Spokane takes it ... Read More


Different Levels of VOLUME

Published on June 9th, 2015 | by Miles Martin

Playing and Working at the Inlander’s Music Festival “Tonight’s gonna be killer!” I hear those words pass my drummer, Chris Malsam’s lips from the backseat of my minivan. He’s referring to the violently loud lineup of ... Read More


New Music Roundup – May 2015

Published on May 19th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

I’ve been running this blog for over 2 years now and I just have to make note that I have never had so much awesome new music to report on! It’s almost difficult to keep up. ... Read More


Cold Mountain Yeti Album Release

Published on May 15th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

The long awaited release of Cold Mountain Yeti’s debut record is finally here! We’ve been fans of these guys since we first heard them. A blend of sweet melodies, plucked acoustic instruments and lyrical rhymes about ... Read More


Collect Desktop Wallpaper :: May 2015

Published on May 11th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Marina Gulova may still be a design student at EWU, but you wouldn’t be able to tell based on how poised and uniquely styled her drawings are. We are lucky this month to get a wallpaper ... Read More


Collect Music Podcast – Episode 2

Published on April 21st, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

Another episode of our monthly music podcast is up. You’ll have to excuse some technical problems with the audio. The featured tracks are definitely worth checking out this month! Featured Tracks: 1. “The Water of Her ... Read More


Window Dressing and Get Lit!

Published on April 20th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

The yearly literary festival run by EWU starts today! Get Lit! is a fantastic celebration of literary arts that involves so many different approaches, events and creative people. One of the new exciting collaborations features Window ... Read More


Standout Student Addy Winners – 2015 Spokane

Published on April 16th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

I often think…does Spokane even need more amazing designers? Can it handle even MORE fantastically talented people trained to create beautiful, thoughtful designs. The answer is yes. Always yes. This year at the Addys it was ... Read More


Collect Desktop Wallpaper: April 2015

Published on March 31st, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

April is one of my favorite month’s in Spokane. The falls are brimming, sudsy and thunderous. I wandered through Huntington Park and decided that I needed to do this month’s wallpaper and feature the beautiful river. ... Read More


Spokane Design Roundup – March

Published on March 23rd, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

A dreary Monday calls for some rad new designs to feast your eyes on. Thankfully, all my favorite local designers have been pretty dang busy. Here’s some of the freshest designs I gathered from the Dribbble-sphere. ... Read More


New Work from David Waters

Published on March 18th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

If you don’t follow David Waters aka Loose Germs on facebook you are missing out. He’s been posting a ton of awesome work lately. Sketches, experiments and new portraits. Here’s a few that caught my eye. ... Read More


Flickr Roundup – Jan/Feb 2015

Published on March 16th, 2015 | by Karli Ingersoll

It’s been a long while since I posted a Flickr Roundup…so there’s a lot to catch up on! Here’s my favs from the last 2 months. three z’s craig goodwin craig goodwin three z’s brittan hart ... Read More

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