London-based illustrator Jing Zhang created a gorgeous series of isometric typography that features an industrial theme. Each 3D letter has figures like buildings, landscapes, machines, factories, and people, among others.

On her Behance page, she dubbed the project as “forever ongoing,” and has previously stated that she was running out of patience in completing it. It’s not creating the images that’s difficult, but rather finishing them. However, she exceeded her personal expectations and finally finished the entire alphabet, and a select few are featured here on TAE.

Originally from Southern China, this creative has done beautiful illustrative art for the past 7 years and has a solid repertoire of clients such as HSBC, Canon, IBM, and even the European Parliament. Art may be close to Jing’s heart, but that’s not all she does – she has participated twice in a 5k swimming marathon that helps raise funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Check out her irresistibly cute industrial 3D letters here:

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If this tickles your fancy, go to her site for more similarly-styled thematic typography and graphic designs.

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