There are Funko Pop! vinyl figures for seemingly every beloved pop culture property out there, from the obvious like Star Wars and Marvel heroes, to more adult fare like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. Even cult classics like The Big Lebowski, and A Clockwork Orange have had the Funko Pop treatment. But one glaring omission among all of these beloved properties has been David Lynch and Mark Frost’s classic TV series Twin Peaks, who have never had any Funko figures of any kind. Although Twin Peaks figures are finally confirmed as coming, they won’t be here until next year. What’s a fan to do in the meantime?
Luckily, thanks to the folks at Welcome to Twin Peaks, we’ve learned that one talented fan has gone and created a series of custom Twin Peaks Pop! vinyl figures that are, as Agent Cooper would say, damn fine. The four custom-made toys are made with clay and acrylic paint, and include Laura Palmer, dead and wrapped in plastic; the Log Lady (with log, of course); Audrey Horne, complete with saddle shoes; and of course FBI Agent Dale Cooper, as he appears in the show’s iconic final moment. One of each figure is available from KreepyKrafty on Etsy, and you can check out all four in our gallery below.
“The Twin Peaks characters actually were the reason behind my whole Etsy store” said KreepyKrafty owner Tayliyah Chatmon. She adds “I had wanted to open shop for some time, people kept telling me to do it but I never took action. One day I was thinking “I should start collecting Funko Pops.” My first instinct was to look for Twin Peaks Pops because it’s one of my favorite shows and I saw that there were none. Within the week I went on a binge googling and youtubing everything I needed to customize my own and now it’s turned into something I’m really proud of! It’s also been really exciting to dive into Twin Peaks again especially with the upcoming Showtime series looming over.”
What do you think of these custom toys? As Audrey Horne once said, “aren’t they just too dreamy?” Let us know what you think down below in the comments!
Images: KreepyKrafty / Tayliyah Chatmon