Saturday, April 5 marks 20 years since Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's death at the age of 27.
Already a household name whilst he was alive, Cobain has been elevated to icon status in the years since his death. His tragic end has spawned dozens of wild conspiracy theories, his posters still adorn bedrooms around the world and the fascination with the mysterious, troubled musician proves to be ever-enduring.
If Cobain was still alive, he would be 47 years old; but the question is would he have want to be transformed into a video game avatar? Would he sign off on 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' being used in a children's film? And would he want there to be a stage musical written about his life?
The anti-establishment attitude Cobain almost let define him during his career tells us "well, probably not". Just like Jimi Hendrix, Tupac, Amy Winehouse and Michael Jackson, Cobain's legacy has been posthumously exploited in a number of ways. Here are 7 of them.