Jason Deehr, the extremely creative fan responsible for the TP Fest 2011 teaser video(s) and plenty of other Twin Peaks fan art, recently surprised us with the Twin Peaks A-Z Book.
The latest addition to the Twin Peaks Archive on davidlynch.com is a signature Double R song, and one I'd like every café and diner owner in the world to put on rotation on their establishment's playlist.
David Lynch's Club Silencio has opened in Paris, France. Here are the first photos from inside the nightclub.
On Laura Palmer's birthday, I recreated her famous prom photo using thousands of still frames from the pilot episode. In the same fashion, but with a completely abstract outcome instead, someone compressed every single frame of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me into a single picture.
Chris Doherty debuted the #drawcoop hashtag on Thursday, August 25th, when he tweeted his own pencil drawing of Coop. And it has been raining wonderful Special Agent Dale Cooper drawings on Twitter ever since.
It's going to be a tough time when the weekly Twin Peaks music releases at davidlynch.com come to an end. Luckily, that moment hasn't arrived yet and here's another new bundle of four tracks available for $2.99.
The powers that be have superbly decided to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the theater debut of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me with a follow-up event to the Twin Peaks 20th anniversary art exhibition held in Los Angeles earlier this year. Again with the support of director David Lynch, a new collection of FWWM-inspired...
The Jameson's Bar at the Queen's Film Theatre in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has a dinner table that'll make everything on the QFT menu negligible, except for the pie and coffee...
The solo saxophone version of Dance of the Dream Man is now available from the Twin Peaks Archive at davidlynch.com.
Yankee Gal is an animated short film which draws inspiration from The Black Lodge's Red Room for its dream sequence.
If you've seen David Lynch's debut film, Eraserhead and are still wondering what the hell you really saw, or if you don't have the guts to go through this 85-minute cinematic nightmare, I got you covered with these two 60-second remakes.
Laura Palmer's diaries serve an undeniably important role to much of the beginning half of the television series. They provide a vehicle for her voice from beyond the grave by offering secrets, clues and personality insight into what is the show's simultaneously omnipresent, yet absent character.
I bring you greetings from the fertile, treeless tundra of Iceland! Dale Cooper would love the fact that my hostel in downtown Reykjavik is offering free ear plugs, should someone burst out in an Icelandic drinking song in the middle of the night.
In a town like Twin Peaks, it's not hard to get lost. Here are all the Twin Peaks maps I've collected so far, but please let me know in the comments if you come across any other ones!
Last Sunday at Central Park Summerstage, I witnessed New York's indie-pop band Cults opening their set with the Twin Peaks theme. The tribute makes a lot of sense if you listen to their music, which is clearly inspired by Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch.
A big thanks to Alison Doyle for pointing me to a bunch of videos she made of the Q&A with the Twin Peaks actors at the Twin Peaks Fest 2011.
When Sheryl Lee asked surprise guest at the Twin Peaks Fest 2011, Ray Wise, if he had a little dance in him, the man who played Laura Palmer's mourning dad got up and did The Leland Shuffle in front of all the attendees. Classic!
The Twin Peaks Archive addition of the week is a moody guitar jam called James Visits Laura.