Nirvana are being sued for copyright infringement for using an image on their merchandise that was designed by a British artist named C.W. Scott-Giles. The image was Scott-Giles' translation of Dante Alighieri's Inferno — the first section of his Divine Comedy poem.
Jocelyn Susan Bundy is the granddaughter of Scott-Giles, who illustrated a diagram of hell based on Inferno in 1949. The image depicts "upper hell," and features a set of circles with labels such as "Vestibule - the Futile," "Limbo - the Unbaptised and the Virtuous Pagans," "the Lustful," "the Gluttonous" and more.