“Robert Smith was one of the scariest looking guys on the planet.”
In 1987, CREEM Magazine asked photographer Paul Natkin to shoot Robert Smith of the Cure. Given the band’s intense popularity — and Smith’s more intense look — Natkin feared the worst. “Man, this is going to be really tough,” he thought. Instead, Natkin was greeted by someone he describes as “probably the nicest person I ever met in my life.” Smith even made him tea.
- Signed by the photographer
- Type: Inkjet Archival Digital Print
- Products shipped in rigid 3 ply spiral wound poster roll tubes
- Prints are generally made to order and processing usually takes 1 to 3 weeks
- Frame not included