If you were a kid in the 1980s and 1990s, you were probably head over heels in love with Lisa Frank. From pencils to notebooks to Trapper Keepers, Lisa Frank was absolutely everywhere. The company was started by Lisa Frank in 1979 when she was just 24 years old. It was initially called Sticky Fingers and was intended to be a children’s jewelry business. Fortunately, Lisa Frank’s name stuck and soon she was creating some of the brightest and most colorful designs on the market. His work frequently depicted neon-colored animals, including tigers, leopards, pandas, dolphins, cats and dogs, as well as aliens. It became a cultural phenomenon over the decades to come and was a staple for stationery and school supplies.
These days, Lisa Frank continues to be celebrated by fans around the world and the nostalgia is alive and well. You can continue to find the classic school supplies, as well as many clothes, shoes and other accessories. And yes, you can even get a Lisa Frank tattoo these days. Artists around the world celebrated Lisa Frank and even made it their own with creative and colorful tattoos. Take a look at some of our favorite Lisa Frank-inspired artwork in the gallery below and let us know if you’re still a Ride or Die Lisa Frank fan in the comments section on social media.