When Robert Smith commissioned his nieces and nephews to scribble the artwork for the Cure's new self-titled album, he had three simple requests: Draw a good dream, draw a bad dream, and make sure to include the words "The Cure." The results resemble the scrawled refrigerator art parents lovingly stick above the grocery list. Angry black-crayon demons and howling ghosts mingle with dancing abstract shapes, scrawny rainbows and smiling stick figures. While the sketches seem at odds with the group's legendary dark recesses, the primitive drawings encapsulate the very... More >>>