With this keepsake Great Northern Hotel keychain, hand-carved from the Packard Mill's leftover wood, you'll never forget your stay in one of the 102 rooms of Benjamin Horne's beautiful retreat with its breathtaking views of the Whitetail Falls.
What if Twin Peaks returned, but with one big difference... it would be an animated series? Alejandro from Denton, Texas, shows us what Dale Cooper, Lucy, The Giant, WIndom Earle and 30 others would look like as cartoon characters.
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.
At last month's Twin Peaks UK Festival, special guest Al Strobel reenacted his deleted scene from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me in front of a live audience. Say it together with Mike, the one-armed man: eM... klaW... htiW... eriF!
More unofficial Twin Peaks merchandise, folks! Here's the Meals On Wheels tote bag, as used by Laura Palmer and Donna Hayward while delivering food to the shut-ins of Twin Peaks, like Harold Smith, Mrs. Tremond and her magician grandson, Pierre.
In my I Love TP t-shirt series, this 3rd design incorporates a cherry with a carefully knotted stem. Notice the heart shape in the stem? Yes, after years of practice, Audrey Horne is definitely getting better at this. Good work, ehm, Hester Prynne!
Here's an alternative version of the I Love TP t-shirt, featuring a slice of heavenly cherry pie instead of the gold heart necklace. The pie might have the shape of a triangle but look carefully, Coop, there are still some hearts hidden in there.
Based on the popular and iconic 80s I <3 NY logo by Milton Glaser, I've made a proper version of the rebus t-shirt for my other favorite town. By replacing the big, red, heart symbol with one of the whodunnit's most famous clues: the gold heart necklace, given to Laura...
What a week! On Monday I shook hands with David Lynch (more about that later) and today, which marks the 20th anniversary of the airing of the Twin Peaks finale, Mark Frost started following @thatsourwaldo on Twitter.
I remember when I was a kid, you know, dividing my heaps of leisure time between Princess Zelda and Laura Palmer, I always hoped somebody would make a game adaptation of Twin Peaks. And for a while, there were indeed crazy rumors going around that Hi Tech Expressions was to...
Based on the minimal ampersand-design we also used for our Bookhouse Boys t-shirt, this Twin Peaks Sheriff's Department t-shirt lists the first names of the great bunch at the local law enforcement team; Deputy Hawk, Sheriff Harry S. Truman, Deputy Andy Brennan and the strong woman behind these good men,...
I couldn't resist participating in the Dancing Thom Yorke Dances To Everything meme that is all about adding different music to his Lotus Flower video. Some of his moves reminded me of the little man from another place, so the song choice was a no-brainer.
In the official 7-minute video for Crazy Clown Time directed by David Lynch himself, Molly, Susie, Danny, Buddy and Timmy go berserk in the backyard. I bet this is exactly the party scenario you envisioned when you first heard the title track of David Lynch's debut solo album.
If you still have some spending money left after backing the LYNCHthree documentary, you may want to look into this new campaign that recently surfaced on Kickstarter. "Save the Pine Weasel" is looking for funding to fight a life-endangering development and it's got 29 days left to do so.
Ben Horne's civil war obsession was accompanied by a leitmotif that felt as much out of place in Twin Peaks as this particular sub-plot did, and it's now added to David Lynch Music Company's Twin Peaks Archive as a 5-track bundle for 99 cents.
The Pink Room is opening its back room doors again tomorrow for an evening of tantalizing burlesque performances inspired by Twin Peaks, Eraserhead, Fire Walk With Me, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Mulholland Drive and other David Lynch films.
As evident from this stripped-down recording, the clarinet solo that became the One Armed Man Theme originated as an improvisational take over Audrey's Dance... Listen for yourself and play both tracks back to back.
Jason Deehr made another brilliant teaser for the Twin Peaks Fest 2012, which will be held August 3 through 5 in an around North Bend, WA. Following his badass Bobby Briggs impersonation in the first one, Jason now gets his Gordon Cole on.
Are you excited about next month's Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me group exhibit in Santa Monica yet? Let's get you titillated even more by showing you a work in progress by one of the nearly 50 contributing artists, Detroit-based surrealist painter, Glenn Barr.