Cover Designs For Criterion’s Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me Release That Didn’t Make The Cut

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (Criterion cover)

As reported, Criterion is releasing Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me on Blu-ray and DVD (Amazon) in October 2017. For its cover, they mostly stayed true to the original 1992 movie poster with Laura Palmer’s photo in the half heart necklace, the biggest difference being the size and orientation of the flame.

FWWM Cover & Poster comparison

Criterion’s final choice left quite a few fans disappointed, so I wanted to share with you a handful of alternate covers by designer Fred Davis that didn’t make the cut. Would you have preferred any of these instead?

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More details on the upcoming Criterion release here.

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Written by Pieter Dom

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


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  1. I love the concept behind the ‘burning blue rose’ cover, but for me the one that really fits in with the ‘dry’ style of this movie is the last one, and it’s the simplest and most elegant, pity they didn’t go with that.

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