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Showtime Is Now Selling Official Twin Peaks Merchandise, Including David Lynch Artwork

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Image: Showtime

There’s been no shortage of ways for Twin Peaks faithful to showcase their fandom over the years—a quick Etsy search will yield literally thousands of items inspired by the show. But with the show’s 2017 return to the airwaves, Showtime has opened its own Twin Peaks storefront, with some exclusive wares.

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The coolest, of course, are the items featuring artwork by Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch himself: coffee cups (obviously), tote bags, hankies (see above for detail), t-shirts, and other items emblazoned with the director’s doodles of donuts, logs, and pieces of pie. There are also a couple of suitable-for-framing prints, like this abstract map of the town:

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Image: Showtime
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Beyond the Lynch-drawn items, there’s some more typical (yet still covetable) merch, including t-shirts emblazoned with the iconic “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign and Laura Palmer’s prom photo (or, for the more morbidly-inclined, her corpse in its plastic cocoon). And also some more insider-y stuff, like the “Red Room Pillow” (a matching throw blanket is also available). Fans of the show will instantly recognize what the colors and patterns evoke here.

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Image: Showtime

Kinda makes you want to start snapping your fingers and talking backwards, doesn’t it?

Or, for your BOB-style denim jacket, why not pick up this patch telegraphing to those in the know that you’re versed in the ways of the Black Lodge?

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Just about the only thing missing from Showtime’s inventory is break-apart “Best Friends” necklaces (but Etsy can hook you up with one of those, no problem). And, of course, no amount of dollars can buy a hint about exactly when Twin Peaks will be airing in 2017.

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No floor-length curtains? No mini-Venus de Milo or de Medici? Missed opportunity.