To mark the 30th anniversary of David Lynch's Dune, released December 14, 1984, here are 30 pieces of fan art inspired by the world created by Frank Herbert and imagined on the big screen by Frank Herbert.
From October 30th until November 3rd 2012, the Menier Gallery in London's Menier Chocolate Factory was the locale for Europe’s first official exhibition of art inspired by Twin Peaks featuring 13 internationally-exhibited artists from nine different countries.
Because I can't get enough of watching a genius at work, here's a video of Angelo Badalamenti composing the music for a scene from A Late Quartet.
Julee Cruise's Into The Night covered by Great Pagans from Brighton, UK.
The aptly named and also very woodsy The Falls Lounge in downtown L.A. is hosting a Twin Peaks Cocktail Party on Sunday.
Watch the Twin Peaks video installation by Boite for the Twin Peaks Stockholm festival.
The 2013 Twin Peaks Fest will be held in and around North Bend, WA from August 2nd until August 4th 2013.
David Lynch was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Directing? at the Camerimage Festival in Poland. Here's a video of his acceptance speech.
Does the world need another Twin Peaks Festival? Of course it does! This weekend, Kägelbanan in Stockholm, Sweden will be hosting the Twin Peaks Stockholm Festival 2012 with special guests Jill and Bob Engels.
Videology in Brooklyn, NY is soon kicking off their weekly Twin Peaks Bingo nights. The audience will receive bingo cards with characters, motifs and catch phrases, and will be able to score free drinks or maybe the grand prize: a whole cherry pie!
A large-scale David Lynch retrospective called Chaos Theory of Violence and Silence is running at the Laforet Museum Harajuku (Tokyo, Japan) until December 2, 2012.
To Twin Peaks fans, The Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie, Washington will always be The Great Northern Hotel. And now you can stay at Ben Horne's hotel for half the price.
Preview and preorder A Late Quartet (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Angelo Badalamenti.
Haunting 50's and 60's melodies, a costume contest and a David Lynch photo booth? Say no more! Sunday's Twin Peaks Prom at Sauced is where it's at.
A David Lynch-inspired art show called In Heaven, Everything Is Fine opens tonight at the Roll Up Gallery in San Francisco. Here's a preview of the art on display.
The Black Lodge, a group art exhibition at Interstate Projects in Brooklyn, NY.
Field Mouse from Brooklyn, NY describes itself as a dream pop band and is there a song dreamier than Falling by Julee Cruise? No, so here's their as good as obligatory cover.
Fire Walk With Me by Abel is an instantly catchy stadium-rock song that'll probably be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. And while singing along, you'll be imagining BOB dragging his latest victim through the dark woods of Twin Peaks.