Which self-respecting Twin Peaks fan wouldn't want a David Lynch-designed anniversary t-shirt, a set of Twin Peaks merit patches, or a Packard Sawmill t-shirt? The official merchandise that was created exclusively for the 20th anniversary art exhibition in Los Angeles is running low on stock, so grab your piece of limited edition nostalgia now!
If you haven't noticed yet, have a look at the eBay widget at the bottom right of every page on this site. At any time, it will show all currently available eBay items that have been signed by members of the Twin Peaks cast. Checking out that list regularly myself, I noticed a set of Star Pics cards with the autographs of three of the most iconic characters: Dale Cooper, Laura Palmer and Killer Bob.
Because in the age of smartphones, there's not much use for voice-activated micro-cassette recorders anymore, I'm proud to present Dale Cooper's famous tape recorder in its latest incarnation: Diane, The Portable Speaker. Yes, it's a real and useful product. I'm not kidding.
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, Lucy Moran.
Ever heard of pound sterling banknotes that do not depict Queen Elizabeth, but Twin Peaks prom queen Laura Palmer? Or her dad, Leland, in both dark and white-haired versions? And even Special Agent Dale Cooper, during his hilarious confrontation with a llama?
Laura Palmer and James Hurley's heart necklace makes a perfect Valentine's Day gift for Twin Peaks fans. The gold necklace costs only $7... and that's for both halves of the locket. If you're not going to wear it, then at least keep it safe in a coconut.
Vincent Iadevaia is a production artist at the New York based Barbarian Group, but most of all he's a Twin Peaks fan who just finished designing a beautiful set of unofficial Twin Peaks posters. Each typographic design is based on one of the three things Dale Cooper is told by the Giant.
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