Final Photoshoot of Kurt Cobain to be Sold as NFTs

Images from the last photoshoot of the iconic rock-grunge band, Nirvana, are the latest NFTs to join the celebrity NFT family. Photographer Jesse Frohman, who photographed the last-ever photoshoot with Kurt Cobain, has launched a website to sell the collection dubbed “The Last Session.” The photoshoot took place in July 1993 and features some of the most popular photos of Cobain wearing white-rimmed sunglasses.

The complete collection will be sold as one NFT and it includes some never-before seen images of Kurt Cobain and over 100 images from Cobain’s final shoot. The auction starts on May 3rd at 12:00PM ET and runs until May 7th at 6:00PM ET. The starting bid is 27.27 ETH (the age at which Cobain died), which is approximately $74,000 USD at the moment.

There will also be 10, 1 out of 1 “Nevermind” edition NFTs with a starting bid of 2.7 ETH and 20 NFTs with 5 editions each which will be sold for 1 ETH. A portion of the proceeds will be donated by Frohman to the Jed Foundation, a non-profit organization that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for teens and young adults in the United States.

Click here for more information and to participate in the Kurt Cobain auction.


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