Jason Stout was recently part of the Spoke Art NYC show “In Dreams: An Art Show Tribute to David Lynch”. His contribution was a screen print series called “Fire, Waltz With Me”. They are basically gig posters for musical acts or characters that appear in the show — the 40’s/50’s show poster flavor is inspired by Leland Palmer’s big band madness. On sale now HERE.
Twin Peaks fans have another reason to fall in love with this 90’s classic TV series (and subsequent movie) as Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA preps for its next exhibition: “Twin Peaks – Fire Walk With Me”. Featuring works from a stellar cast of artists reflecting the surreal mood that is David Lynch’s world. Opening next Saturday, April 21st at 8pm-11:30pm and on display until May 12th.
If anyone watched this TV series from the 90s, I’m sure that all the keys events that happened during the series are burned into your permanent memory by now. Genius director, David Lynch really pushed the boundaries on what was aired on network television, and after only 2 seasons, it proved to be too much for the masses. But what a great 2 seasons it was. Tim Doyle has created a movie poster for the summer screenings at The Blue Starlite Mini-Urban Drive-In.
It is a 12″ x 24″ screenprint, signed and numbered with an edition size of 100 (only 40 available at Nakatomi). Cost $30. On sale now HERE.
Gotta love the music by Angelo Badalamenti. It really inspired some strangely great dance scenes: