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Meanwhile...: An Ode to David Lynch and the Brilliance of Twin Peaks

“And now, an ending. Where there was once one, there are now two. Or were there always two? What is a reflection? A chance to see two? 714 more words

David Lynch: The Unified Field Q & A

Editor’s Note: Rachael Friedmann is a student, writer, confectionery baker, and activist in Philadelphia. Rachael recently attended a talk by David Lynch at the Pennsylvania Academy for the Fine Arts, and produced and edited the video below, with those wonderful cats at… 205 more words


The Uncanny Personal Universe of 10 Artists

On the East Coast, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is hosting David Lynch’s first major museum exhibition in the United States. David Lynch: The Unified Field… 964 more words


TODAY! Poster Posse Member David Moscati Selling Some Amazing AP's & Some Previously Unreleased Art!

Personally, we love these types of sales because it gives us ONE more chance to get that print we may have missed out on.  Today, September, 13, 2014, … 284 more words


My Top 10 Films Thus Far

I thought that it might be fun to do a list of my top ten films as of now. Perhaps, when I’m 50 and remember writing a stupid movie review blog I can look back and laugh at my ridiculously poor taste in film back then. 3,666 more words

Twin Peaks: S1, Ep. 4 - The One-Armed Man

“Look in the mirror. What do you see? Is it a dream, or a nightmare?… I can see the smoke. I can smell the fire. The battle is drawing nigh.”  – Log Lady… 719 more words

David Lynch

"Eraserhead" Criterion edition ships Sept 16

David Lynch‘s art house 1977 first feature “Eraserhead,” the first of the director’s features to make the collection debuts this month. The film will be displayed on a new 4K digital restoration, along with new restorations of six Lynch shorts (1966’s “Six Figures Getting Sick,” 1968’s ‘The Alphabet,” 1970’s “The Grandmother,” 1974’s “The Amputee Part 1 and 2,” and 1996’s “Premonitions Following An Evil Deed,” plus interviews and a 2001 documentary by Lynch called “Eraserhead Stories.” … 791 more words