Jennifer Leem-Bruggen’s illustrations are charming and a little bit wicked. Her self-initiated project Tempation is a simple look at the naughty and frowned-upon things in life. Jennifer weaves each letter of the word ‘temptation’ into her illustrations and creates a stage for the action and her characters to work around.
We see a peeping Tom peeking through big ‘M’-shaped windows, a mischievous redhead pouring water on a passer-by atop an oversized ‘A’ and a couple of laid-back smokers puff away while leaning on a wall made out of a concrete-like ‘P’. Based in London, Jennifer’s prints are inspired by the interactions between people and her style is just detailed enough to convey these observations wonderfully.
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