Now it’s safe to say that Twin Peaks has managed to gain a cult following ever since David Lynch and Mark Frost created the television show back on 1990.
The rise, fall and eventual rise once more has never stopped its fans from being 100 per cent committed to the show and, in subsequent years, Twin Peaks is often listed among the greatest television series of all time.
Managing to tap into mainstream television but engage arthouse film lovers at the same time, Twin Peaks signified a change in how we divulge television and set the precedent for what was to come and inspire some of the most iconic shows in recent years.
Lynch, always seemingly creating his projects for those that lurk on the outside of normal society, dragged the surreal and mysterious world of Twin Peaks with him in more ways than one. The show has inspired countless different creative out forms, most notably the recent exhibition that at Austin’s SXSW Film Festival which explored the art of the show in a unique fashion.
Now, as we delve into some of the most memorable creations around Twin Peaks, we’re revisiting a creation like no other. A YouTube channel behind a project entitled ‘And The World Was Paper’ decided to recreate the iconic introduction of the show using only paper as a material.
“Let’s revisit the town of Twin Peaks right now,” the creator previously told Bloody Disgusting. “So I recreated the Twin Peaks intro out of nothing but paper as part of my new youtube channel ‘And The World Was Paper’.
“And The World Was Paper recreated movie trailers and famous scenes out of nothing but paper. I draw, cut and animate by puppeteering pieces of paper,” they explained.
Here it is… strange, but brilliant: