Iconic Twin Peaks Locations Get Their Own Vintage Matchbooks

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Twin Peaks matchbook series by Steven Rhodes

What if the locations and businesses in Twin Peaks had their own promotional matchbooks?

Graphic designer Steven Rhodes from Brisbane, Australia, asked himself this very question and went off to create this Twin Peaks Matchbook Series, debuting in totality on Welcome to Twin Peaks today.

From The Great Northern to the Black Lodge, there’s a matchbook keepsake for you… no matter how long your stay! Steven’s love for retro design and pulp art seeps through in every one of these imaginary vintage matchbook covers. “Twin Peaks has always evoked a sense of nostalgia,” he tells Welcome to Twin Peaks. “There’s an innocent 1950s aesthetic to the town that contrasts so well with the darkness beneath. It was important that the artwork felt as authentic as possible to the mid-century era.”

Oh, and before you ask…

Yes, prints are available!

Twin Peaks Matchbook Series by Steven Rhodes

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Welcome to Twin Peaks matchbook

Big Ed's Gas Farm matchbook

Double R Diner matchbook

Horne's Department store matchbook

One Eyed Jacks matchbook

Packard Sawmill matchbook

Sheriff's Department matchbook

The Great Northern matchbook

The Black Lodge matchbook

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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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  1. It would be too cool if there were actual matchbooks with this art on them. Like the 50’s restaurants and bars provided the smoker or just for take home advertising!

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