Intricate Portraits of ‘Twin Peaks’ Characters Drawn on Postcards

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Few shows inspire as much devotion as Twin Peaks, and with devotion comes fan art. The latest visual ode to David Lynch’s delightfully odd murder mystery/small-town soap opera is a series of illustrated postcards from artist Paul Willoughby, created for a 20th-anniversary exhibition of Twin Peaks-releated art at London’s Menier Gallery, which we spotted at Dangerous Minds. Willoughby depicts the series’ distinctive main characters on the back of postcards showing off the Pacific Northwest landscape that gave Twin Peaks its unique look. Click through for Willoughby’s versions of Special Agent Dale Cooper, Laura Palmer — dead and alive — and all the rest.

Dale Cooper (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Audrey Horne (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Gordon Cole (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Shelley Johnson (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Josie Packard (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Donna Hayward (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Laura Palmer (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)

Laura Palmer (Image Credit: Paul Willoughby)