In celebration of reaching a symbolic 51,201 Likes on Facebook, Welcome to Twin Peaks tracked down the man who painted the original Welcome to Twin Peaks sign.
Wanted posters went up all over Ukraine in search of the fugitive president Viktor Yanukovych. Their design was based on the Have You Seen This Man poster from Twin Peaks. Seriously.
Piper Laurie is auctioning off five lots of official Twin Peaks memorabilia signed by the cast, Catherine Martell's screen-used costumes and original scripts.
Here it is. Or here she is. The holy grail of Twin Peaks props: Special Agent Dale Cooper's voice activated microcassette recorder, aka The Diane.
Gordon Cole, FBI's Regional Bureau Chief, is suffering from 99 percent hearing loss. Or is he? The actual hearing aid prop from Twin Peaks brings the answer.
Actress Catherine E. Coulson informed Welcome to Twin Peaks on Saturday of the dreadful news that her log, the actual prop carried by The Log Lady, has disappeared from its storage place.
An original and extremely rare, screen-used One Eyed Jacks poker chip is up on eBay!
Rob Wilson, curator of the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me 20th anniversary group show, has announced the sale of this year's first batch of officially licensed Twin Peaks merchandise.
The Doorway print, the first official (read: David Lynch-approved) product made specially for the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me 20th Anniversary Group Art Exhibition, is available for purchase. It is a replica of the original prop seen in Laura Palmer's bedroom, and comes in a limited edition of 100.
Jeff Goodwin, the makeup artist on David Lynch's Blue Velvet, talks about Mister Ear, its forgotten twin and its Lynchian hair.
When watching Twin Peaks episode Arbitrary Law, I've always been curious about the two pinball machines near the entrance of The Roadhouse.
Nobody can deny that Blue Velvet takes place in the same universe as Twin Peaks. Similar characters, birds on branches, and even the same prop: a dismembered ear.