There is one DVD that never leaves my side — David Lynch’s supremely weird TV classic, Twin Peaks. My teenage years are a blur, but I remember who I was with when I saw the series for the first time, where I saw it, and how hard I fell for it’s strange, misunderstood characters.
Last week, I discovered @TwinPeaksArchve on Twitter, and to my delight they are just as obsessive as I am about the show. They’re a virtual well of Twin Peaks awesomeness! That’s where I learned about this 20th anniversary exhibition, In the Trees, which opens Saturday, February 12 in L.A. (get there early, it’s first-come admission). Clifton’s Brookdale in downtown L.A. is hosting the exhibition, which will feature work by David Lynch, Grace Zabriskie (Sarah Palmer), and Richard Beymer (Benjamin Horne) — along with a slew of other artists.
David Lynch/Twin Peaks news site, dugpa.com, has also announced the following:
“The event will also mark the release of an official product line for “Twin Peaks.” Products include items from the town of Twin Peaks itself, such as a hotel stationary set from the Great Northern, shirts from Big Ed’s Gas Farm and coffee cups from the Double R Diner. A David Lynch-designed logo for the 20th Anniversary will also appear on merchandise.”
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