Twin Peaks Character Portraits, Comic Book Style

Twin Peaks character portraits, comic book style

Chris Evenhuis never attended art school —he studied biological sciences instead— but ended up being an professional comic artist, concept designer and illustrator. Watching Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery on Blu-ray recently, the talented Dutch artist was inspired to finally create the comic book style Twin Peaks portrait series he’d been thinking about for a while.

It’s an ongoing project so check back later for more, and feel free to add your request to the comments.

Dale Cooper

Break the code, solve the crime.

Dale Cooper by Chris Evenhuis

Leo Johnson

Leo needs a new pair of shoes.

Leo Johnson by Chris Evenhuis

Shelly Johnson

I’ve got one man too many in my life, and I married him.

Shelly Johnson by Chris Evenhuis

Audrey Horne

I can’t tell you all my secrets.

Audrey Horne by Chris Evenhuis

Josie Packard

If anything unfortunate were to happen to me…

Josie Packard by Chris Evenhuis

Bobby Briggs

You think because I wasn’t at football practice that I killed my girlfriend?

Bobby Briggs by Chris Evenhuis

Laura Palmer I

I don’t know when I can come back. Maybe never.

Laura Palmer by Chris Evenhuis

James Hurley

I’m alright. I’m only quiet on the outside.

James Hurley by Chris Evenhuis

Donna Hayward

I smoke every once in a while. Helps relieve tension.

Donna Hayward by Chris Evenhuis

Annie Blackburn

I lived in my head, mostly. There were some pretty strange neighbors.

Annie Blackburn by Chris Evenhuis


I will kill again!

BOB by Chris Evenhuis

Margaret Lanterman

I am known as the “Log Lady”. There’s a story behind that.

Margaret Lanterman by Chris Evenhuis

Sheriff Harry S. Truman

There’s a sort of evil out there. Something very, very strange in these old woods.

Sheriff Truman by Chris Evenhuis

Definitely worth a look are the Twin Peaks characters as if they appeared on The Muppet Show or The Simpsons, as well as the cartoon or pixel art character ensembles.

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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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