Following in her parents’ creative footsteps, grunge-child Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, has released some of her own art on Depop today.
This is the first time people outside of LA will get a chance to get their hands on the 90s rock-legend progeny’s pieces. Previously Cobain’s work was only available where she exhibited her work in 2010, at La Luz De Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. Her artwork was showcased under the pseudonym of Fiddle Tim, no doubt to distinguish her as an artist in her own right.
If you have $200-$400 (£100-£300) lying around you can get your hands on the dark and mysterious pieces that range from intriguing to hauntingly bizarre. The moody mystique of the pieces is apparently inspired by her father’s artwork – which her and her mother will soon be taking on an exhibition tour.
Etchings include a creepy faced smiling moon warning: “Be civil, or I’ll eat the sun” (a slogan that could out-do ‘Keep calm and carry on’), and a depiction of a nude fat man. The full range of the 23-year-old’s unique nightmarish prints can be found here.