Spotted! Jeremy Tan

Jeremy Tan is currently pursuing his BFA at the School of Art, Design and Media in Nanyang Technological University. He is inspired by process and workspaces, and is drawn to natural history and botanical illustrations. Jeremy counts Hergé, Tove Jansson, and breakfast-time as massive influences on his work.

“I’ve been working on involving more people and colour in my work. These four I’ve chosen are my more recent works – some spot illustrations and a full-spread one for a magazine project, a wedding invitation and a page from my sketchbook. I’ve mostly worked only in black ink before, but I’ve been practising and trying to clean up my line work a lot, and my subjects formed simpler shapes that made it a lot easier to involve colouring. I don’t really have much of a game-plan, career-wise. I enjoy drawing things, and enjoy working on getting better at it. I enjoy graphic design too, and am studying and working on getting better at that.”



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