Kurt Cobain ended his life 18 years ago today, but his beautiful art lives on. And by art, obviously we’re talking about the four paintings and one drawing recently unearthed by Maer Roshan, founder-editor of addiction and recovery website The Fix.
Created in 1993, during the heroin-fueled recording of Nirvana's last studio album, In Utero, these works feature creepy puppets, seahorses, and crack babies. Oh my. And we thought David Lynch’s paintings were disturbing. Check out the whole mini-collection at The Fix.