Hey ‘90s Kids: Lisa Frank Wants to Pay You to Design Rainbow Unicorns
It’s back-to-school shopping time, and that makes me think of one thing: Lisa Frank folders.
Oh, and pencils. And erasers. And notebooks.
Don’t forget binders, pens, stickers, T-shirts, magnets to hang pictures of your besties inside your locker (and a neon-pink, heart-shaped frame designated for that one special person…).
Lisa Frank and her rainbows and unicorns made a solid mark on my childhood, as well as those of most of my classmates. She continues to do the same for many of us as adults — and for the next generation.
Want to Work for Lisa Frank?
Soooo… what if I said you could be the next artist behind those magical, memorable designs?
This is not a joke.
Lisa Frank is hiring digital artists to help the company “[paint] the world in rainbow colors.”
If you’ve ever dreamed of living inside a neon-colored rainbow world filled with kittens, teddy bears and unicorns, this could be your chance.
Requirements for this position include:
- A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience/training in graphic design
- Proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite, especially Photoshop and Illustrator
- Experience in a brand’s art department is preferred, but not required
- The company only hires non-smokers
You’ll work in Tucson, Arizona, so you should live there or be willing to relocate for the job. The company offers a “competitive salary and benefits based on experience.”
To apply: Create an account, and fill out your application online here.
Your Turn: Were you a Lisa Frank fan as a kid?
Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).
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