Even though it was cancelled almost 23 years ago, Twin Peaks remains one of the most memorable and bizarre television shows of all time. Now, the legendary cult show to end all cult shows has been revived with these Twin Peaks Shower Curtains. Created by an array of different artists, each shower curtain is completely unique and captures the essence of one of David Lynch's finest projects.
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Agent Dale Cooper / Twin Peaks by Katherine Schneider
Welcome to Twin Peaks by Justin Cybulski
Twin Peaks Poster by FunnyFaceArt
X-Files Twin Peaks Mashup by Justin Cybulski
Black Lodge Dreams (Twin Peaks) by Welcome To Twin Peaks
Twin Peaks: The Bookhouse Boys by Sodapop 4 Ponyboy
Twin Peaks: Log Lady by Sodapop 4 Ponyboy
Twin Peaks Colors by Justin Cybulski
On April 8, 1990, Twin Peaks made its premiere on ABC and quickly grew as one of the top shows of the year, receiving critical praise in America and overseas.
Twin Peaks by Justin Cybulski
Twin Peaks, WA (White Lodge) by Welcome To Twin Peaks
Laura Palmer from Twin Peaks by Alice Teal
Twin Peaks, WA by Welcome To Twin Peaks
Welcome to Twin Peaks by Whiteland
Twin Peaks High School by Justin Cybulski
Twin Peaks followed the traditional David Lynch storytelling route by exposing the bizarre underbelly of middle-class suburbia. The mystery of Laura Palmer's death, coupled with an incredible performance from Kyle MacLachlan, gained a massive cult following for the show.
The Double R by Justin Cybulski
Killer Twin Peaks by Withapencilinhand
Twin Peaks Simpsonized by Adrien ADN Noterdaem
Twin Peaks by Black
Twin Peaks Tee by Steven Quinn
Twin Peaks. TV Alphabet by Repulp
Twin Peaks by Jazzberry Blue
Best Friends by Wellsi
Of course, it was when that mystery was solved that America stopped caring. After only two seasons, the show was cancelled and America had a Dale Cooper-sized hole in its heart.
Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and always enjoys a damn fine cup of coffee.