References to his earlier works

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References to his earlier works

Post by Facundo » 09 June 2017, 07:10

There has been a lot of discussion on how Lynch is in some way making connections with his earlier works/ideas on this season. We know he has a very particular style and all his works seems "connected" in some way, at least aesthetically, but it's very curious how some ideas "emerged" on this season in a yrev very concrete way.
I'm pretty sure that he used a lot of his previous ideas (captured in his litographies) to shape great part of the moments of this season.

Some examples:
  • Cooper falling to non-existence (S03E03) | Man and Machine (David Lynch, 2009)
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  • Sam and Tracey confronting the thing in the box (S03E01) | Man and woman in a box arguing (David Lynch, 2009)
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  • Cooper emerging in New York (S03E03) | Here I am - Me as a House (David Lynch, 1990)
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  • Escaping through the electrical outlet (S03E03) | Hello Goodbye (David Lynch, 2007)
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  • Ruth Davenport body (S03E01) | New Head (David Lynch, 2008)
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You can find his complete work (or at least, most of it) here. Full of great ideas, I'm sure there should be a lot more!
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Re: References to his earlier lithograph works

Post by Lynchland » 09 June 2017, 17:12

That's an awesome topic, Facundo !
Call for help !

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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Mr. Jackpots » 09 June 2017, 20:36

Wow, these are great! I had not compared Lynch's artwork with these scenes.

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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Mr. Jackpots » 09 June 2017, 22:13

Here are some others I found.

William Hastings in interrogation cell (S03E01) | Oh, I Have Made a Mess (David Lynch, 2009)

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Cooper emerging in glass box in New York (S03E03) | Circle of Dreams (David Lynch, 2008)

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Sam and Tracey on the couch seeing the thing in the box (S03E01) | Man and Woman on a Couch (David Lynch, 2010)

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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Mr. Jackpots » 09 June 2017, 22:31

Article on Art Forum:

The Key to Understanding the New ‘Twin Peaks’ Lies in Another Dimension: David Lynch’s Art Career

The new show brings Lynch back to TV, but also way back, to art school.

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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Facundo » 09 June 2017, 23:28

Mr. Jackpots wrote:
09 June 2017, 22:13
Here are some others I found.

William Hastings in interrogation cell (S03E01) | Oh, I Have Made a Mess (David Lynch, 2009)

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THIS IS GREAT! Great catch. Thank you Mr. Jackpots!
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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by dale_coop » 10 June 2017, 09:12

Yrev, very interesting these comparisons
Thanks guys.
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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Mr. Jackpots » 11 June 2017, 02:00

A couple more!

The Hastings "visiting" in jail cell (S03E01)| Man and Woman in Box Arguing (David Lynch, 2009)

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Cooper emerging in the glass box in New York (S03E03) | Circle of Dreams (David Lynch, 2008)

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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Mr. Jackpots » 11 June 2017, 02:05

Love this thread! Thanks, Facundo!

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Re: References to his earlier works

Post by Mr. Jackpots » 19 June 2017, 22:40

One from Part 7:

Dougie Jones' drawings on insurance papers (S03E07)| Two Figures Dance by a Tree with Ladder (David Lynch, 2007)

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