News__ David Lynch: Works on Paper

January 11, 2012 | By

If you think David Lynch’s drawings will be any less bizarre than his films, man are you wrong

A new book from Steidl, David Lynch: Works on Paper, may finally explain the ever-confusing, demented imaginings of the infamous film maker. Over 500 drawings collected since the 60s fill the book, including sketches, watercolors, and other drawings that Lynch himself has preserved (and often uses as sources of inspiration) help us to understand more about his creative process. Steidl explains, “Using all types of media, from Post-it notes to napkins, the diverse and complementary nature of these drawings allows us to dive into David Lynch’s universe and establish links between his artwork and his films.” Though, if you think you’ll finally understand the ending of that film now—trust us, you won't.

See some of the new book David Lynch: Works on Paper below.

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