Kurt Cobain’s final photo session has been turned into an NFT

Some of the last pictures ever taken of Kurt Cobain will be put up for auction as a non-fungible token next month.  One hundred images by photographer Jesse Frohman, taken six months before the Nirvana frontman’s death in 1994 and including previously unseen pics, will go up for sale on May 3, as well as NFTs of other Nirvana images. “Today I’m proud to announce my first NFT dr...

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