Friday, May 30, 2014

David Lynch Fugscreens Studios Free Friday Poster Giveaway


David Lynch has created some of the most influential movies and video of any director from this generation. I only wish we could get more of his work in a shorter amount of time. So when Zissou of Fugscreens Studios suggested a giveaway I said sure I would love too. I did not ask and he did not say what he was sending. When I opened the tube this was the first poster I saw and my jaw hit the floor.

The poster is titled Lynch Me and it is a ridiculous 18 layer screen print, yes 18, most posters are 2-4 this one is 18. It also measures 15" x 30"inches and has an edition of 55.

Now go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments or scroll down (depends on how you see this post) to leave a comment about your favorite David Lynch piece of work if you want to have a chance at winning the poster. Don't worry if your comment does not appear immediately I have to approve them before they are published. I will use the Random Number Generator to pick a winner. Entries are limited to ONE PER PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD. Please leave your name with the comment, comments without names will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 PM PST Saturday May 31 with the winner announced on Sunday.

Thank You again to Fugscreens Studios for the print and good luck to everyone that enters. 


63 comments:

  1. Eraserhead is iconic

    Ryan HeA

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  2. Had to get in on this one. Really loved lost highway (plus soundtrack). But my first exposure to his work was as a child my older sister never missed a episode of twin peaks and I was always lost.
    Brad

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  3. I'll say Twin Peaks and I'm sure I'm not the only one.
    Planr4321@aol.com

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  4. Album: The Big Dream
    Art: Chuck Sperry - In Dreams

    Thanks - Jake

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  5. Blue Velvet. Resurrected Dennis Hopper's career.

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  6. Favourite DL work is Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, the way it ties the series together, and is truly terrifying to boot.
    Andrew Baldwin
    robandwin@aol.com

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  7. The Elephant Man was interesting!

    Will

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  8. "In heaven, everything is fine"
    Eraserhead

    Ben

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  9. Fear is the mind-killer. I loved Dune. I know that Lynch had issues with creative control but I think to movie is great!

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  10. Dune will always carry a special place in my heart. It reminds me of a buddy that would always have it on rotation as a movie to throw on at the tail end of a Friday or Saturday night.

    "He who controls the spice, controls the universe!"

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  11. ERASERHEAD
    Wild at Heart/ Blue Velvet are classics also

    Harley

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  12. Picking 1 is tough ....But I will go with Lost Highway

    Cheers
    Mike

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  13. Hard to pick just one, but I'll go the Twin Peaks/Fire Walk With Me saga.

    juangus@screenscene.ie

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  14. I'm gonna go nuts and say his Playstation commercials, they're almost perfect, especially given that they were commercials for a major retail product. Excellent stuff, and quick to check out!

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  15. TWIN PEAKS!!

    Thanks :)

    animated [dot] android [at] gmail [dot] com

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  16. Who the heck is David Lynch? Well.... I suppose now I don't qualify;( Rad poster though!

    Cory A.

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  17. I'm going to have to say Dune. There is nothing better than House Atreides fighting with War Pugs.

    Chris

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  18. That's an ear, alright.

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  19. Gotta go with Eraserhead! Sick, sick poster! Thanks for the giveaway!

    -Alex T.

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  20. Great lookin' poster. Thanks again for the great giveaway. I hope I win.

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  21. Mulholland Drive. So many emotions in that film.

    Christopher Hegland

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  22. Dune. Completely different from any other movie I've seen. "Fear is the mind-killer"

    Thanks,
    Torrey M. (torrey.mckeown@gmail.com)

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  23. Dune without a doubt. Saw it as a kid and the sheer visual experience of the sets, costumes etc blew my mind. So much detail...

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  24. FIRE WALK WITH ME

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  25. Dude! this is the Man, the Grand Marshall of Human thinking and a killer director. To make this post more current I will say I enjoy his foundation and the Quiet Time programs and how just meditation can change lives.

    http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org/schools.html

    CiscoP. (pereiraf@temple.edu)

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  27. I would say Blue Velvet.

    Alex.B.

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  28. Being a Washington native I must go with Twin Peaks!!
    Thank you!

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  29. Mulholland Drive, definitely.

    --Maria
    whisperedvoices7@yahoo.com

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  30. for me it's wild at heart all day every day...he's a genius but this love story is one of the strangest ever told...love it!!!
    denise
    osho1964@yahoo.com

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  31. Twin Peaks is the best thing to EVER be on television.

    Thank you!!!

    Scott Bergman
    claslo13@gmail.com

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  32. blue velvet
    ekarbeling@gmail.com

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  33. Love me some Wild at Heart and Blue Velvet, but Mulholland Drive stole my brain at the theater years ago. Saw it 13 times in a crappy, hot and humid theater. Wouldn't redo it any different. ""There's sometimes a buggy. How many drivers does a buggy have?"

    Mike T-

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  34. snakeskin jacket, crazy texas town, willem defoe and his disgusting teeth, gotta be wild at heart for me. although i did watch twin peaks like it was a religion back in the day.

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  35. Lost Highway, especially the soundtrack

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  36. If it has to be one then wild at heart for me..
    Mike Barlow

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  37. Blue Velvet, thanks for the chance. Ken

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  38. All of his stuff is incredible, but my introduction to all things Lynch-ian was with Blue Velvet, so I'll go with that one.

    Glenn Kay
    glenniainkay@gmail.com

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  39. He killed it in "Louis" as the talk show host coach shaping Louis into talk show host shape. Hilarious!

    Nate Terry

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  40. And I still can see BLUE VELVET
    Through my tears...

    - Joe

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  41. Louie and Blue Velvet are a tie in my book

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  42. Twin Peaks. The owls are not what they seem.

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  43. Eraserhead, Lost Highway, Elephantman....Everything!!
    Cheers!

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  44. I'm a fan of The Cleveland Show!
    ROB

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  45. I remember being dragged to see The Elephant Man at The Esquire as a kid. Not a typical Lynch movie but definitely stuck with me.
    Great print , thanks for the contest.
    MikeCT

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  46. Twin Peaks.

    Kelli M.

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  47. David Lynch is by far my fave director/creative; he can do no wrong. Would be very hard to pick a movie of his I like best but Lost Highway would be way up there. Thanks for the opportunity to win this amazing print. Robin P.

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  48. Lost highway has always bee my favorite Lynch

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  49. Twin Peaks!!! Bob will forever be the scariest..

    ~Celia

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  50. Awesome Twin Peaks !!!!

    Al Petro

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  51. "Straight Story" - simply sublime.

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