Crazy 4 Cult Features Amazing David Lynch Inspired Art

Last week, the Crazy 4 Cult 5 exhibit opened at GALLERY 1988 on the corner of Melrose and La Brea in Los Angeles. Out of the 100 artists taking aim at classic cult movies, the eight I’ve showcased below drew inspiration from the work of David Lynch.

The exhibit runs through July 30th at 7020 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038, opened Wednesday through Sunday from 11 AM until 6 PM. Most of the unique pieces are still for sale at the time of writing. Which one would you buy if you had the cash?

Lloyd Stas – “Twin Peaks“, 4-colour screenprint on cream paper, numbered edition of 70
Lloyd Stas: Twin Peaks

Jason D’Aquino – “Eraserhead“, graphite and chalk on a vintage matchbook
Jason D'Aquino: Eraserhead matchbook

Mike Maas – “In Heaven Everything Is Fine“, acrylics, epoxy putty, and wood sculpture, inspired by Eraserhead

Mike Maas: Eraserhead

Cristina N. Paulos – “Memory Of The Woman With The Blue Key“, acrylic, charcoal, graphite, scarlet dye, ink and watercolor on watercolor paper, inspired by Mulholland Drive
Cristina N. Paulos: Memory Of The Woman With The Blue Key

Kiersten Essenpreis – “I Had A Dream About This Place“, flashe on wood, sealed in resin, inspired by Mulholland Drive

Kiersten Essenpreis: Winkie's

Meghan Stratman – “Silencio“, paper collage inspired by Mulholland Drive
Meghan Stratman - Silencio

Veronica Fish – “Mulholland Drive“, gouache on coldpress paper

Veronica Fish Mulholland Drive

Ben Walker – “You Got Me Hotter Than Georgia Asphalt“, watercolor and ink on clayboard, inspired by “Wild At Heart”

Hotter than Georgia Asphalt

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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