Nirvana's Last Photo Shoot will be Auctioned as NFT

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NFTs representing the last photo session of the immortal rock group Nirvana and lead singer Kurt Cobain will be launched next week.

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The photos with the name “The Last Session,” were captured in 1993 by Jesse Frohman. There are 100 pictures introduced on a website set by the photographer, some of which had never been shown before. In the photos, Kurt Cobain wears white-framed glasses, a leopard-pattern coat, and a bomber hat. In several pictures, Cobain is with drummer, Dave Grohl, and bassist Krist Novoselic.

The auction will start on May 3, 2021, 12:00 pm ET and close on May 7, 2021, 6:00 pm ET. It sets the starting bid of 27.27 Ether. Besides, “The Last Session,” there are two other editions: "Nevermind" and "In Utero". Nevermind has 10 colored NFTs the initial amount of which is 2.7 Ether.

There are 20 images in the edition "In Utero" with the fixed price of 1 Ether.

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While Jesse Frohman’s work features in permanent collections at MoMA and the National Portrait Gallery, The Last Session has proven to be his definitive work.