Unicorns and dolphins everywhere.

Words by

Kendell Bardenhagen

If you were a '90s baby who took lunchbox designs and stationery supplies seriously at school, you would know Lisa Frank’s work.

Rainbow artwork and neon-coloured pandas and dolphins meant our stationery game was stronger than ever back in the day.

Now, we’ve all grown up and Frank has returned with a colouring book for adults.

Do not fear, you will find the book still includes unicorns and puppies – because even adults need some soon-to-be colourful fantasy creatures to brighten up their day.

Showing sneak peeks of the book on Instagram a few weeks ago, the Color Me Lisa Frank book is now available. While we haven’t found an Australian stockist (yet), the book is being sold at Dollar General for a mere $3.

So dust off your rainbow-hued pencil case and pull out the neon gel pens, life is about to get more colourful.  

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