Today (3rd), the Seattle Art Fair kicked off an exhibit featuring original pieces by Kurt Cobain, and it runs until Sunday (6th). We have seen several drawings and journal entries over the years including several archives from the recent documentary, 2015’s Cobain: Montage of Heck. However, the UTA Artist Space booth will include two never-before-shown paintings by Cobain. His never-revealed artwork have been kept in storage for over two decades since his death in 1994. One of the pieces is the original artwork for Nirvana’s 1992 B-Side album Incesticide featuring a hollow, skeletal body, a pair of poppies and a baby with a broken head.
For those who cannot attend the exhibit, Rolling Stone gathered a few images which includes the Iron Maiden mascot, Eddie.
Check out a few of the images below: