by Julya Buhain . June 12th, 2014
Jing Zhang creates an interesting look for her letterforms by blurring the lines between 2d and 3d. This beautiful series of letters pays excellent and playful attentions to details. The project was commissioned by Sprint for their Sprint Panorama campaign. They originally requested Jing to try to sell Sprint Panorama as: “ one entity, capable of many different things, appealing to many different types of business” with visuals that are “slick, smart, tech-savvy, innovative and refined”.
Jing Zhang is an East London based designer/illustrator/typographer with a wide range of clients from Adobe, Toyota, Target, Canon and Nokia. She has a lot of other amazing work such as her infographics for Canon and Kuala Lumpur. Go be inspired by her lovely work! You can follow Jing on Behance, Twitter and her website.
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Julya leads the double life of being a graphic designer and a writer. Some of her favourite things in the world are nicely kerned typefaces, bubble tea and nerd humor. She holds the world record for watching the film Inception more times than necessary.
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