Kurt Cobain - Nirvana Rare Photos
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Kurt Cobain - Nirvana - Rare Pictures
Pass from the 1992 Nirvana Concert Tour. This would be the groups last before their leader Kurt Cobain's murder. This is an "All Access Pass" given to only managers and VIPs. Encased in plastic measuring approximately 3x5 with a winged lady theme.
Kurt Cobain 1992 Nirvana Last Tour Items-Rare
During the six years of his professional career, thousands of photos were taken of Kurt Cobain both in concert and offstage — but he hated the bulk of them. This photograph, taken at Seattle's legendary Crocodile Cafe in the fall of 1992, was one of the few personal snapshots Kurt liked enough to keep in his own scrapbook
Kurt Cobain painting on the wall of the Sydney, Australia Hard Rock Cafe.
Courtney Love cites this photograph as her single favorite picture of Kurt. It was taken at their North Seattle house in late 1993.
Inside the heart shaped box
Both Kurt and Courtney Love collected heart-shaped boxes, and by 1994 they had several dozen in their home. They often gave them to each other as gifts, sometimes filled with personal effects such as hair or a note, or on occasions containing antique valentines.
What did Kurt write on this smashed guitar?
Kurt wrote on anything and everything that came across his path, including the back of his smashed guitar.
Kurt Cobain in Los Angeles Apartment
Kurt in the living room of his Los Angeles apartment on Spaulding Avenue, spring 1992. As Nirvana's commercial impact grew during that year, Def Leppard would be on far fewer magazine covers.
What's that around Kurt's neck?
Kurt Cobain sleeping outside
Kurt Cobain with his kitten
A Polaroid of Kurt wearing an International Pop Underground Festival T-shirt from Olympia and holding his kitten, Spina Bifida. Nirvana did not play at their hometown festival, marking the end of Kurt's relationship with the local scene.
Kurt Cobain signed publicity photo
Kurt Cobain with William S. Burroughs
William S. Burroughs and Cobain at Burrough's Lawrence, Kansas, home. Kurt later said they mostly talked about Leadbelly.
A page from Kurt Cobain's diary
As Nirvana's fame mushroomed, Kurt found less time to write in his diary. Despite his growing wealth and stature, many of the entries he did write continued to reflect self-doubt.
Kurt Cobain drinking strawberryQuik
Kurt claimed he drank Strawberry Quik because it coated his stomach, which acted up when he was on the road.
Kurt Cobain - Nirvana - Rare Pictures - In Concert
“Ghost of Saint Kurt” (1991)
Kurt Cobain on the set of the “Smells Like Teen Spirit” video shoot.
GMT Studios, Culver City, Calif.
Kurt Cobain with Janice Joplin
Kurt Cobain playing guitar
Red haired Kurt Cobain singing
Kurt Cobain - Rare Pictures - His younger days
Kurt Cobain driving for the first time
Kurt at five months old with his father, Don, July 1967 (a note on the back of the photograph reads "Kurt's first time to steer the car").
A young Kurt Cobain
A two-year-old Kurt at his aunt Mari's home, holding a tambourine. He loved music even from an early age, and was exposed to bands like the Byrds (pictured on the three posters behind him) by his aunts and uncles.
A portrait of the young man as an artist. For his eighth birthday in February 1975, Kurt received this easel from his paternal grandparents. Comic book characters were his favorite art subjects in childhood; he began with Disney-related fare, such as Donald Duck, but quickly moved to superheroes. Here, Kurt is copying the cover from Giant-Size Werewolf #4, an April 1975 Marvel comic.
Kurt Cobain's Donald Duck drawing at age 6
Kurt Cobain's seahorse drawing
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