Even though David Lynch and Mark Frost’s cult television show first aired in 1990, Twin Peaks fan art is still created on a daily basis and Welcome to Twin Peaks continues to highlight the best of it. By the way “Likes” and “Shares” on Facebook, the Twin Peaks fan community curated its 13 favorite pieces of fan art of the past year.
What if Leonardo Da Vinci‘s late 15th-century mural painting, The Last Supper, took place in Twin Peaks? There would be a lot of donuts and coffee on the table, that’s for sure. And no creamed corn, as requested.
The interpretation was sent to the Welcome to Twin Peaks fan community by a mysterious Alan Smithee.
Can you think of two iconic floor patterns? Chances are high you’ll mention both the zig zag floor from Twin Peaks and the grid-based carpet as seen in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
Jared Lyon combined the two and created this fantastic Photoshop mashup called “Purgatory.”
The “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me” 20th Anniversary group art exhibit features the works of dozens of artists from across the globe, all influenced by the wonderful universe created by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Here are of 9 “damn fine” contributions.
The official 7-minute video for Crazy Clown Time directed by David Lynch himself looks like the kind of after-party Frank Booth would throw after a trip to The Pink Room with Jacques Renault. If you didn’t get any of those references, then you probably shouldn’t watch this.
A YouTube user and Twin Peaks fan called tattooedgirl001 undeniably seems to know her way around The Sims! Using the cameraman mode of the 3D life-simulation game by Maxis, she recreated the final scenes from the television show as well as the movie, and merged them into an 8-minute machinima called The Red Room. Via Welcome to Twin Peaks.
A Christmas treat from director David Lynch and composer Angelo Badalamenti, here’s the bumper music for Twin Peaks’ promotional holiday greeting from the 90s in full glory. You can purchase it together with One-Eyed Jack’s parlor piano music and the studio version of Dark Mood Woods for less than a dollar.
Recently, we were given a behind-the-scenes look at David Lynch’s 48-hour photo shoot for Dom Pérignon. And here are the resulting photos of both the Blanc and Rosé champagne bottles.
A mashup of the iconic Twin Peaks and Cheers intros.
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From Welcome To Twin Peaks:
“The songs are like pictures for me, they all have stories. There is a scene for each song,” said Lynch while enjoying a skimmed milk espresso. Asked whether he’ll ever perform his songs live, the director answered: “I’m afraid that will not happen, my friend.”