The Twin Peaks opening credits paper animated version is even more oddly endearing than the original (VIDEO).

This Paper Animation of the Twin Peaks Opening Credits Is Oddly Endearing

This Paper Animation of the Twin Peaks Opening Credits Is Oddly Endearing

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May 28 2015 11:48 AM

This Paper Animation of the Twin Peaks Opening Credits Is Oddly Endearing 

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Still taken from the video.

Twin Peaks fans are already having a pretty good year—a new season is on the way, and David Lynch is back on board. But if the wait for new episodes feels endless, here’s something to tide you over: A paper animated rendition of the show’s bizarrely serene opening credit sequence. The pencil-drawn paper cutouts lend the charming feel of a children’s book, and pair perfectly with the droning music. The artist behind this masterpiece already posted an animation of the trailer for The Force Awakens, and plans to upload a new episode every other Monday.