Whatever happened to Lisa Frank?
For children of the '80s and '90s, Lisa Frank's colorful creations were absolutely everywhere. From rainbow unicorn stickers to gumball machine-splattered notebooks to puppy-covered travel gear, her bright designs reigned supreme. And while the company's products have since dwindled from most shelves — perhaps due to waning consumer interest, the company's notorious management woes, or a little of both — the forthcoming movie adaptation of some of her most cherished animated characters might just court some renewed enthusiasm for those cute neon creatures. Until then, she hasn't disappeared completely, although the notoriously private namesake of the nostalgia-inducing brand has had a few not-so-pretty snags over the years.