Yesterday, the Post Office unveiled a stamp honoring Frank Sinatra, who would have turned 92 years old on December 12th:
Coming to a mailbox near you: Ol’ Blue Eyes himself.
As Frank Sinatra’s three children looked on Wednesday in Beverly Hills, Postal Service officials unveiled an oversized replica of a stamp commemorating the iconic crooner.
The Rat Pack ringleader is depicted smiling, sporting his trademark fedora with his signature scrawled across the bottom of the 1950s-era image by Mill Valley artist Kazuhiko Sano. And popping from the center of the portrait are — what else? — Sinatra’s electric-blue eyes.