We love these wonderful vintage postcards that’ve been beautifully illustrated with portraits of characters from Twin Peaks, still one of our all-time favorite TV shows. They’re from a series called Lost in the Post: Twin Peaks created by Paul Willoughby, London-based illustrator, artist and creative director of Human After All. They were shown at a 20th-anniversary exhibition of Twin Peaks-releated art, which took place at the Menier Gallery in Southwark, London in October 2012.

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Well Dressed Animals With Rap Quotes by Berkley Illustration

Previously: Rap Lyrics as Poetry

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A 365-Day Miniature Painting Project by Lorraine Loots

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Yet there are those who open many eyes. Eyes are the mirror of the soul, someone has said. So we look closely at the eyes to see the nature of the soul. Sometimes when we see the eyes — those horrible times when we see the eyes, eyes that … that have no soul — then we know a darkness, then we wonder: where is the beauty? There is none if the eyes are soulless.

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Twin Peaks Artwork by Christopher Lovell

Twin Peaks Artwork by Christopher Lovell

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Scientist Stephen Hawking at Cambridge University, England, 1986, photo by Ian Berry. (Magnum)

Scientist Stephen Hawking at Cambridge University, England, 1986, photo by Ian Berry. (Magnum)

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Floating Recipes by Nora Luther and Pavel Becker

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Burning Man 2014

photos: Balázs Gárdi

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inneroptics:

Franz Falckenhaus; 2012, Assemblage / Collage 

inneroptics:

Franz Falckenhaus; 2012, Assemblage / Collage 

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untitled, 2014 

manual negative chemical manipulation

Jobo C-41 color kitchen processing

Kodak Gold 200 35mm

©2014auxiliofaux