Sixteen years ago, Kurt Cobain left this world behind–including a daughter, a successful grunge band, and millions of loyal, yet confused fans, wishing for his demise to be a lie or mistake. Now that we are all at peace with Kurt’s passing, his likeness is  a pop culture image, forever etched in stone and a huge part of rock and roll history.

Today, artists from all mediums are paying their respects to the late pioneer of grunge. The Seattle Art Museum in Washington is hosting a very special exhibition titled, “Kurt,” themed after Kurt Cobain.

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[lastfm]Nirvana[/lastfm] and Kurt Cobain can arguably be the defining icons of Generation X, the 90’s decade, and the grunge subculture. Your chance at witnessing some of the action is a click away.

Some of the artwork featured at the show:



If you’re in the Seattle area from now through September 6, don’t miss the opportunity to see some unique pieces of art honoring former [lastfm]Nirvana[/lastfm] front man and seminal rock legend, Kurt Cobain.

If not, you can check out the official Kurt website to see information about the exhibit and the chance to peruse the show’s photo album.

Comments (4)
  1. diana says:

    he deserves it

  2. Jay says:


  3. James says:

    What are you ladies at KROQ eating?!

  4. ****** says:

    hey look they found his head 😀

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