Murray Postell has been a professional cartoonist, illustrator and portrait artist for 50+ years. Mr. Postell‘s pen and ink drawing of the president of RCA was used to initiate the first commercial high-speed, high resolution fax between nations in 1978! Mr. Postell has painted some of the most famous people in the country. A painting that he did of Frank Sinatra was appraised at a price range of $25,000 in 1995!
Mr. Postell currently sells prints and orginal art from his website. Each piece purchased is hand-signed and dated by Mr. Postell. Prices begin at $15.00. All of his work is guaranteed.
If you contact Mr. Postell to buy a print or to simply let him know how much you appreciated him sharing his art, please tell him the STALLONE ZONE sent you!
– Craig Zablo (August 1, 2000)
Vince Bernatowicz sent in the above picture with the following:
“Craig, I found the following text and (above) picture on iWon.com‘s “My Brush With Fame” section (it was posted on Tuesday, 6/27/00). Please keep up the great work – I love your website!”
Susan S. from Georgetown, KY and SYLVESTER STALLONE
My friends and I go to the Kentucky Oaks[the day before the Kentucky Derby] every year. We were taking a break from the crowd when I spotted SYLVESTER and party coming down from ‘millionaire’s row’. I didn”t want to act like a ‘typical fan’, so I politely waited to ask if I could take a picture. He replied, “Well, don’t you want to be in it?” I had two pictures taken with him and thanked him.
Vince, thanks for taking the time to email the picture and kind words. It’s STALLONE fans such as yourself that make the SZ what it is!
– Craig Zablo