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Frances Bean Cobain's Art Is For Sale And It's Delightfully Weird

Here she is, entertaining us.

Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter, Frances Bean, was pretty much destined to be creatively talented.

The 23-year-old Los Angeles native shared her father’s penchant for art and has been a visual artist for quite some time. She’s now selling her artwork on the online marketplace Depop.

Selling my art via depop.com/space_witch666

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At 17, Frances Bean had her first exhibition ― lovingly called “Scumfuck” ― at the La Luz De Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. She held the show under the pseudonym “Tom Fiddle.”

That exhibition featured the originals of some of the prints currently for purchase in her Depop store. The several prints available all range in price ― from $200 to $400 ― and color ― some are black and white while others are in full color.

Her pieces can be best described as abstract impressionism à la Tim Burton.

There’s definitely a nightmarish quality to all the pieces, particular her twisted take on chocolate purveyor Max Brenner’s mascot and tagline.

If you want more Cobain art, a touring exhibition of Kurt Cobain’s artwork is planned for later this year. 

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