They are drawings made by Kurt Cobain who also made paintings and made dolls with clay, apart from composing and being a lyricist for his band Nirvana.
Cartoon drawn by Kurt Cobain in 5th grade.
Painting of a pier that dates back to 1980.
Rectal abscesses, Conjunctivitis, Spinabifida
Oil painting on canvas of a puppet with his and his penis exposed with a small cat sitting in the corner of the painting. Titled "Rectal abscesses, Conjunctivitis, Spinabifida" is estimated to date from 1992.
Drawing on paper and colored with a spring pencil. This homemade birthday card was given to Kurt's grandmother, Iris Cobain, in 1980. Inside the card, Cobain wrote, "Happy birthday grandma, Kurt loves you."
Painting of a lighthouse
1980. Used for the cover of Beverly Cobain's book, When Nothing Matters Anymore: A Survival Guide For Depressed Teens. (Cobain's Beberly Book, Nothing Matters More: A Survival Guide for Depressed Teens)
Painting of a skinny figure crouched with what appears to be a broken and bloody anus, surrounded by intensely colorful flowers.
This fun drawing by Kurt Cobain during his high school days in the nineties. and is signed by the
Intura of a figure that is apparently an alien, it is believed to be a self-portrait, then shown in the documentary Kurt And Courtney by Nick Broomsfield.
The genius of Kurt Cobain, singer of Nirvana, not only reaches some guitar strumming, as can be seen in this unique piece:
Painting of a figure that is believed to be an alien (crouched and crying?) Made in the back of a box of a board game. Behind you see the figure of the face of a woman and a man with mustaches. It is also estimated that this painting was made between 1987-1989
Painting of a fetus surrounded by white capillary tubes, similar to spines. It is estimated that it was made between 1987-1989.