Kurt Cobain needs no introduction as a musician who, along with his hugely influential band Nirvana—Dave Grohl on drums and Krist Novoselic on bass—turned grunge into a global phenomenon back in the 1990s. What you might not be so aware of about the singer/songwriter and guitarist is that, along with leaving behind his musical legacy, he also left behind numerous artworks too.
Some of these, his drawings from his journals, were seen in 2015 documentary Montage of Heck. But more have recently been on show at the Seattle Art Fair which ran back in August. Unlike much of his music, which comes from later in his troubled but talented life, which saw drug addiction, bleak lyrics, and eventually suicide, some of the art pieces come from earlier in his life.