This Frank Sinatra pop art features one of Sinatra's best publicity poses combined with a Mid-Century geometric pattern in black, white and orange. The word Supreme is thrown in for good (pop art) measure. And if you're a true Frank-ophile you'll agree he's all that and more.
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