“Because I couldn’t find any friends, male friends that I felt compatible with, I ended up hanging out with girls a lot. And I just always felt that they weren’t treated with respect. Especially because women are just totally opressed. (…) Althought I listened to Aerosmith and Led Zeppelin, and I really did enjoy some of the melodies they’d written, it took me so many years to realise that a lot of it had to do with sexism“.
Kurt Cobain on identidy, taken from this video.
1. Doll parts – photographed by the amazing Mark Selinger, also responsable for this iconic Rolling Stone cover and for one of the most known and beautiful portraits of Kurt.
2. Nirvana Madrid – the image is gorgeous, but Steve Double described the day as “one of the saddest shoots I ever had the misfortune to have to undertake“.
3. Grunge – from the Charles Peterson portfolio.
4. The Last Session – photoshoot by Jesse Frohman, that also became a book.
Have you guys watched Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck?
I’m excited to watch this weekend!