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Judging from the number of Likes and retweets it got, you loved Mike Rubino‘s take on Edward Hopper’s world famous Nighthawks for a poster for the Twin Peaks party with Silencio at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont.

That event was part of a monthly David Lynch retrospective at the Pittsburgh-based theater which started with Eraserhead in September and just finished this month with Inland Empire. Mike designed a poster for every single screening of every feature film by David Lynch and now that the retrospective is over, Welcome to Twin Peaks can finally share the complete series.

What’s your favorite poster?

UPDATE: Mike made all but two of his David Lynch film poster prints available via Society6. Go check them out!

Twin Peaks Night Owls

Prints of Night Owls are now available here.

Edward Hopper's Nighthawks meets The Twin Peaks Double R Diner


Prints of Dark and Troubling Things are now available here.

Eraserhead poster

The Elephant Man

Prints of I Am Not An Animal are available here.

The Elephant Man poster


Prints of Fear is the Mind Killer are available here.

Dune poster

Blue Velvet

Prints of The Slow Club are now available here.

Blue Velvet poster

Wild At Heart

Prints of Personal Freedom are now available here.

Wild At Heart poster

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

Prints of One Chants Out Between Two Worlds are now available here.

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me poster

Lost Highway

Prints of I Like To Remember Things My Own Way are available here.

Lost Highway poster

The Straight Story

Prints of A Brother’s Brother are now available here.

The Straight Story

Mulholland Drive


Inland Empire


The Films of David Lynch


It Is Happening Again

A ‘giant’ new addition. Prints here.

It is happening again



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The Films Of David Lynch, A Poster Series By Mike Rubino

For the David Lynch retrospective at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont, Mike Rubino designed posters for all his feature films. Here's the complete series.

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