I did some posin’ for Scarlett Shaney. Go see more of theTwin peaks inspired editorial on TART!
"One day my log will have something to say about this. My log saw something that night."
We simply can’t get enough of the artwork by our friend Cuddly Rigor Mortis (previously featured here). Entitled Lady Log, this adorable role reversal of two Twin Peaks characters was created for In Dreams, a group art show tribute to the inimitably awesome David Lynch taking place at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco, CA. The show features work by over 50 artists from around the world and opens this Saturday March 8th and runs through March 29, 2014.
We know what the log says to the Log Lady, but now we have to wonder, what would the lady say to the log?
TWIN PEAKS » recast + racebend
Special Agent Dale Cooper: Giancarlo Esposito
Laura Palmer: Kat Graham
Donna Hayward: Shay Mitchell
James Hurley: Tyler Posey
Sheriff Harry S. Truman: Maggie Siff
Audrey Horne: Ruth Negga
Shelly Johnson: Kylie Bunbury
Bobby Briggs: Avan Jogia
Jocelyn Packard: Morena Baccarin
Catherine Martell: Gina Torres
New headcanon: Dana Scully’s fascination with crime began on her 25th birthday. She’d been drawn to medical school, but once there, she had no real direction. She passed her classes with ease, but something was missing. Her birthday arrived without fanfare, as was swiftly becoming the norm. She came home from her Thursday classes, poured herself a glass of wine, and turned on the news.
She wasn’t sure what it was about the girl’s face that appeared on the screen. Laura Palmer was pretty, in an unremarkable way. Statistically average, perhaps, but she was obviously special to someone, if her death made the national news. Special to more than one someone, really; after all, someone had taken the effort to cut her life short.
Really, there was nothing special about Laura Palmer. She was just another young woman with her whole life ahead of her. And there was Dana, sitting on her couch on her birthday, feeling sorry for herself because she didn’t know what to do with the years ahead.
The change wasn’t immediate. She started circling different classes in her course catalog. Started talking to different professors. Started writing her papers on different subjects. Somewhere along the line, she started to pick up momentum.
When the FBI recruiter contacted her, it didn’t feel like fate, but it did feel like an answer. Scully might not know where her life was supposed to go, but she could figure out why someone else’s went.