The park bench facing Lake Washington is covered with flowers, poems, a pack of Lucky Strike cigarettes and graffiti.
All apologies, but here we are now, 17 years after Nirvana's breakthrough album irreversibly changed music, and the naked baby pictured on its cover is still chasing dollars.
On a sunny day at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center in Pasadena, California, in 1991, photographer Kirk Weddle was setting up to shoot what would become an iconic image in rock music.
In 1991, Nirvana changed American rock music with an album that featured a naked baby on the cover.
A business firm claims it didn't get its share of her late husband's publishing catalog
A business management and accounting firm sued Courtney Love for nearly $1 million, claiming she failed to pay them a share of profits from the sale of Nirvana's publishing catalog