I know the world of
," explains David Lynch in a recent
. "You get Douglas firs in that part of the Pacific Northwest rather than ponderosa pine. I love vertical-grain Douglas-fir plywood. I love that world and all the characters from the original series. It feels like only a moment ago we were working on the original and then, a moment later, we’re stepping back into it. It's just like that."
Fandor has compiled a guide to the colors that permeate the
s universe. Shaina Hodgkinson explains, "From windblown coniferous trees and waterfall mists to black coffee and red, red, red, the Twin Peaks universe is defined in many ways by its color palette. Who can forget the flashing stoplight codes, the reflection of Roadhouse neon in a dark puddle, or the sinister suburban pastels preferred by the Palmer family?"