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Here’s The Simpsons Version Of Entertainment Weekly’s Twin Peaks Cover

Adrien Noterdaem recreated Entertainment Weekly's Twin Peaks cover in the style of Matt Groening's The Simpsons.
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Despite many references, only one Twin Peaks character ever appeared on The Simpsons (scroll down to find out if you have no clue). But two years ago, Belgian illustrator and art director Adrien Noterdaem showed us how Twin Peaks characters would look like if they had a cameo on The Simpsons.

This week, “it is happening again” as Adrien delivers a 2017 update for the new Twin Peaks by recreating Entertainment Weekly’s Twin Peaks cover in the style of Matt Groening’s world-famous yellow-skinned characters.

UPDATE: This artwork is now available for purchase!

“I wanted to do a new series after the first one,” Adrien tells Welcome to Twin Peaks. “And yes, the cover is quite awesome so it clearly inspired me to do something.”

The source image is not the 3-part cover, but Marc Hom’s alternative shot of the same scene inspired by Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. The “Simpsonized” characters from left to right are Nadine Hurley, Big Ed Hurley, James Hurley, Laura Palmer, Gordon Cole, Dale Cooper, Audrey Horne, Shelly Johnson, Bobby Briggs and Norma Jennings.

Twin Peaks Entertainment Weekly cover Simpsonized by ADN

Bonus: Homer Simpson watches Twin Peaks

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What's your response to this?


  1. Kim says:

    Don’t forget David Duchovny was in The Simpsons too (as Fox Mulder)

  2. I watched Twin Peaks once. My youngest brother, a professional musician, told us that he would be in a Twin Peaks episode, in a band. We watched the episode he told us to watch and did not see him. During how ever long that episode was on, we were a bit confused.

    As it turned out, my brother was on the next episode but he and the other musicians were so obscured by the fog or something that we wouldn’t have recognized him anyway, he said.

    True story.

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