The Night, Morning And Day Laura Palmer Died In “Peaks” Triptych

Nick Casale: Peaks

Nick Casale‘s Twin Peaks-inspired triptych is a representation of February 24th 1989, the day Laura Palmer died, at three different moments; during the night when her body has just washed upon the shore, in the morning when Sheriff Truman and Doc Hayward arrive at the scene, and later that day when we see the town’s majestic Douglas firs, the Great Northern Hotel and the falls in all their glory, as if through the eyes of the just arriving Dale Cooper. But there’s something about that last one… Can you spot it?

It took the L.A.-based graphic designer and musician “gallons of coffee” to create the three posters from the ground up. “The originals are over 5K pixels wide,” explains Nick, “If you zoom in, you can even see the inside of The Great Northern. That’s how I roll.”

Limited edition 11″ x 17″ giclee prints on art quality matte paper are currently available from Nick’s print shop for only $10 each, and you save $5 if you buy all three.

Follow @nickcasale on Instagram to keep track of his work.

Peaks: The Night

Peaks: Night variant by Nick Casale

Peaks: Found

Peaks: Found variant by Nick Casale

Peaks: Calm

Peaks: Calm variant by Nick Casale

Peaks Triptych: Framed

Nick Casale: Night (framed)Nick Casale: Found (framed)Nick Casale: Calm (framed)

Peaks: Creative Process Videos

Pieter Dom

Written by Pieter Dom

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

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  1. Artists, take note – this is how it should be done!

    This sort of style captures the essence of the show much more effectively than that cartoony stuff we keep seeing.

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