It’s time to play the music that is always in the air!

The Muppets and Twin Peaks are two of my pop culture favorites,” Justin DeVine tells Welcome to Twin Peaks. “And the idea of replacing Laura Palmer with Miss Piggy just came to me one day. That one drawing was pretty well received, so I decided to do more, and it’s been really fun thinking about the various analogous relationships.”

The Oakland, California based illustrator has so far created six watercolor and ink pen portraits of Twin Peaks Muppets, but stay tuned for more portraits from Justin in a few weeks.

Who Killed Miss Piggy?

Who Killed Miss Piggy?

Cooper the Frog

Cooper the Frog (Kermit the Frog as a Twin Peaks Muppet)

Log Fozzie

Log Fozzie (Fozzie Bear as a Twin Peaks Muppet)

The Weirdo from Another Place

The Weirdo from Another Place (Gonzo as a Twin Peaks Muppet)

Dr. Lawrence Teeth

Dr. Lawrence Teeth (Dr. Teeth as a Twin Peaks Muppet)

Major Garland the Eagle

Major Garland the Eagle (Sam the Eagle as a Twin Peaks Muppet)


Animal / BOB

Sesame Street’s Monsterpiece Theater: “Twin Beaks”

And as you probably already know, an official Twin Peaks parody starring some of the Muppets first aired on February 26, 1991 as a segment of Sesame Street episode 2822. In Monsterpiece Theater: Twin Peaks, Agent Cookie investigates why a town is called Twin Beaks, a mystery not even David Finch, Log Bird nor its log can explain.


Let me ask my log. Do you know why this town is called Twin Beaks?


How should I know? I’m a log!

For other Twin Peaks character mashups and recreations, check out 15 Twin Peaks Characters As If They Appeared On The Simpsons Inside The Black Lodge, Twin Peaks Cast As Cartoon Characters, Super Twin Peaks Pixel Art Featuring 76 Characters, and 42 Twin Peaks Action Figures With All The Right Accessories.