James Jampol, who helps run the estate of Kurt Cobain, is planning a touring exhibition of Cobain's currently unseen, unreleased works, and paintings.
Kurt's widow, Courtney Love, as well as their daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, are reportedly working with Jampol on bringing this to life.
On the collection, Jampol--who also manages estates for other dearly departed icons like The Doors and Janis Joplin--says Kurt has "got some amazing canvases that a lot of the world has never seen or even heard of."
Earlier this year, a show called "Endorsement" at the KM Fine Arts Gallery in LA featured belongings from Cobain's personal archives, which were photographed for the book Cobain Unseen.
I'm sure Kurt wouldn't show up to either show if were still around.