Ever since Laura Palmer washed up on the riverbank wrapped in plastic, Twin Peaks has been a benchmark for engaging television. Created and directed by David Lynch, the series is known not just for great acting and an engaging and ultra-creepy mystery, but for the striking visuals that it presented viewers. Which, when you consider it, is probably why it's been such a popular subject for artists to take a shot at.

One such artist is Paul Willoughby, and in a series of fantastic pieces that he produced back in 2012, he interpreted the characters of Twin Peaks on postcards from the show's Pacific Northwest setting.

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

Art by Paul Willoughby, http://www.paulwilloughby.com/

 

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