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A Look at Today’s New Twin Peaks Art

The Twin Peaks community loves and supports our artists, and this month 25YL is excited to be partnering with Showtime and Society6 to bring you exclusive looks at fan-created Twin Peaks art, all approved by David Lynch himself.

Every day, once a day, during the month of June, there will be a new design available. We are excited to present today’s design: “Double R Diner” by Steven Rhodes.

Twin Peaks art of the exterior of the Double R Diner by Steven Rhodes
Artist: Steven Rhodes

Today, as an extra special treat, there are two pieces available for purchase. The second is “Welcome to Twin Peaks,” also by Steven Rhodes.

Art depicting the Welcome sign and road into Twin Peaks with Visit Twin Peaks at the top
Artist: Steven Rhodes

Both these incredible pieces (as well as Steven Rhodes’s “The Black Lodge”) are now available. You can also find Steven on Instagram @stevenrhodesart.

CLICK HERE to check out all the merchandise available for today’s designs!

Seeing “Visit Twin Peaks” got us thinking about when Dana Ashbrook did an interview with us to talk about revisiting Twin Peaks. His voice rings out clear as a bell, and it’s filled with positive feelings. Check out the conversation between Andrew Grevas and Dana Ashbrook.

Don’t forget to check in with 25YL at 12:15pm EST every day to see the day’s new art. In case you missed it, check out yesterday’s piece, “Owl Petroglyph in Black Lodge” by YesterdayCollection. There’s a lot more damn fine stuff coming your way this month courtesy of the Twin Peaks art community.

twin peaks society 6 banner advertising the TP collection

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