Wrapped In Plasticine: Iconic Twin Peaks Moments Recreated In Claymation

Joseph Brett is an award-winning film-maker and animator who has worked on music videos for Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ezra Furman, and Efterklang. For Twin Peaks Day 2020, the London-based artist recreated five of the show’s most memorable moments with plasticine, from Laura Palmer being unwrapped from the plastic(ine) sheets to Dale Cooper’s otherworldly dream. Joseph even managed to make a plasticine Killer BOB look evil.

Enjoy all lip-synced stop motion animations below and check out the the making-of photos courtesy of the artist. Make sure to visit josephbrett.com for more of his incredible stop motion work, like his claymation horror.

Wrapped In Plastic

“Diane, 11:30 AM, February 24th. Entering The Town Of Twin Peaks”

Killer BOB

The Red Room

“MEANWHILE.”

Behind The Scenes

Dale Cooper in plasticine

Dale Cooper's car claymation

Dale Cooper plasticine mouths

Laura Palmer in plasticine

Laura Palmer in plasticine

Laura Palmer's mouths for claymation

Red Room in plasticine

Killer BOB claymation

 

 

Pieter Dom

Written by Pieter Dom

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

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