Kurt and Courtney’s nightstand in their Seattle home, 1993.

Kurt Cobain’s picture collage of raw meat and more cut-out from magazines. He would attach the collages to his fridge in Olympia. From the book ‘Cobain Unseen’ - Purchase it here.

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Kurt and Courtney collected many of these heart-shaped boxes. They would give them to one another as gifts, sometimes filled with hair and love notes or antique valentines.

This is from the book, ‘Cobain Unseen.’ Purchase it here.

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Snapped a few more pictures earlier today, here is Kurt Cobain’s antique milk of magnesia box. He often collected such vintage medicines.

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Nirvana, September, 1990.

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"If you throw one more shoe or one more coin, I’m gonna turn on my guitar amplifier and leave for an hour and it’s gonna be massive feedback for an hour, because when one rotten apple in the class fucks it up, the rest have to suffer, Okay?" - Kurt Cobain speaking to the rambunctious crowd in Springfield, Massachusetts. November 10th, 1993.

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"I do love kids. I know that sounds weird, but I do. I have a little sister who’s four years old. And I was a lifeguard, and I taught pre-school kids how to swim, and I worked at the YMCA and did daycare, and I babysat during my teenage years. Which was all kind of a strange thing in Aberdeen, because mostly males don’t babysit that much and sometimes when I was sitting and the lady’s date would come over, he’d have this weird reaction when he saw me." - Kurt Cobain, 1991.

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(via:Nirvana - Instagram) - Nirvana live at MTV’s ‘Live and Loud’, 1993. [x]

From an article out of ‘Kerrang!’ magazine, August 24th, 1991:

"Nirvana are it. The shit. The beef. The most likely to succeed. The Seattle band destined to go where no current or ex-Sub-Popper has gone before. Songs like ‘In Bloom’, ‘Drain You’, or ‘Teen Spirit’ are that good."

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August 23rd, 1991 - Kurt Cobain wearing the popular 90s ‘Sounds’ magazine T-shirt live at the Reading Festival, 1991.

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Kurt Cobain's unfinished lyrics/poetry to a piece titled: 'Primary.'

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23 years ago today, Nirvana played the Reading Festival for the first time. They would have a scheduled photoshoot with Steve Gullick and several interviews also lined up for the same day.

Interviewer: “‘Bleach’ was filled with smalltown psychos like “Floyd The Barber”, “Mr. Moustache” and “Negative Creep”, with its monstrous riffs and crazed chorus of “Daddy’s little girl ain’t a girl no more, Daddy’s little girl ain’t a girl no more.” Was “Negative Creep” a heavy duty look at child abuse?”

Krist Novoselic: "It’s nothing to do with child abuse.."

Kurt Cobain: "It could be, yes. No. Maybe so."

Krist Novoselic: "It’s just somebody sounding miserable, it’s not about child abuse."

Kurt Cobain: "Well child abuse is a good try, that’s kinda cool. I’m glad people ask questions like that because usually no one has any questions about the songs. They don’t have any idea of what the subject’s about."

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Nirvana on the grounds of the Reading Festival, 1991.

Special Thanks to photographer: Steve Gullick.

Today (August 22nd) in 1991 - Nirvana meet with Richard Bellia in London for a photoshoot.

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Kurt Cobain in California, 1991.