Community Post: The 13 Most Beloved Twin Peaks Fan Art Pieces Of 2013
1. Twin Peaks Pie & Coffee Supercut
With over 5,000 combined Likes and Shares on Welcome to Twin Peaks, this meant-to-be supercut is definitely the most popular Twin Peaks fan art of the year. And we owe Bryan Menegus many damn good coffees for it.
PS: Kyle MacLachlan himself tweeted about the video.
2. The Shining Meets Twin Peaks In The Red Room 237
A mashup of iconic floor patterns, Jared Lyon’s “Purgatory” gained over 4,500 Facebook Likes and Shares on Welcome to Twin Peaks alone.
3. Twin Peaks Illustrated
Twin Peaks Illustrated is the passion project of 31-year-old graphic designer Martin Woutisseth from France. He spent every minute of spare time in 2013 to complete this beautiful homage to Twin Peaks.
4. Miniature Dale Cooper Figure With Damn Fine Accessories
This one-of-a-kind handmade and hand painted 12” Dale Cooper figure by a 32-year-old Spanish sculptor sold for $270 on eBay.
5. Random Pearl Lakes Memories
6. The Truth Is Not What It Seems
The creator of this Twin Peaks vs. The X-Files mashup with over 1.7k Likes remains unknown, but Mulder, Scully and Cooper are on it.
7. The Last Supper In Twin Peaks
The Last Supper in Twin Peaks obviously has coffee and donuts on the menu. Art by Teeno Crippa (aka “Alan Smithee”).
8. The Man From Another Clay
Made of Super Sculpey, The Man From Another Place by Brenda Little was one of the many fantastic Twin Peaks art pieces at the Damn Fine Coffee tribute in L.A.
9. Twin Peaks by Clay Rodery
A stunning piece that seems to glow in the dark, “Twin Peaks” by Clay Rodery mesmerized over a thousand fans.
10. Twin Peanuts
Who killed Lucy? A Twin Peaks and Peanuts mashup by Jason Young.
11. The Log Action Figure
This “Log” action figure by Fried is pretty absurd, but then so is Twin Peaks.
12. Super Twin Peaks Pixel Art
Can you name all 76 characters featured in these one million pixels carefully crafted by Lukas Stobie?
13. The Simpsons Meets Twin Peaks
Based on the wonderful Twin Peaks spoof in the “Who shot Mr. Burns?” episode of The Simpsons, this is “tiuS ‘snruB” by Frank Macchia.