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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: “The Owls Are Not What They Seem” by Sarah Young.

Black and white twin peaks art illustration of owl cave symbol with chevron background and the owls are not what they seem printed at the bottom
Artist: Sarah Young

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

The depiction of the Owl Cave symbol can’t help but remind us of the Owl Cave Ring (and its fascinating appearance in Mark Frost’s The Secret History of Twin Peaks). As part of our series taking a deep dive into Frost’s book, Ali Sciarabba examines what it says about the ring’s appearance throughout history in The Secret History of Twin Peaks: The Lewis & Clark Expedition and the Nez Perce.”

Don’t forget to check in with 25YL at 1pm EST every day to see the day’s new art. In case you missed it, check out yesterday’s piece, “Audrey” by PuddingBaby. There’s a lot more damn fine stuff coming your way this month courtesy of the Twin Peaks art community.

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