Vespagirl came to being in the Art academy of Fine Arts and Design St. Joost during a project centered around lipsync, the art of making your character act and speak dialogue or a monologue.
Since Jager is the proud own of a vintage Vespa, she soon discovered she wanted to use this project to ventilate some of her feelings about the characteristic motor vehicle. Focusing on feelings of insecurity that ceased while driving.

Jager visualized these emotions by designing a Vespagirl, who says:
“I love the Vespa. It is so much fun when I drive really fast, and when I take bends really quick. It’s like I’m someone else. I’m not insecure anymore. At that moment I’m the girl on the Vespa.”