Heights, a New Typeface Inspired by the Birds Eye View of Manhattan's Grid

HEIGHTS is a new display typeface designed by New York City graphic designer Luke Guyer. The result is a fun font which maintains a bit of structure at the same time.

HEIGHTS is a display typeface inspired by a birds eye view of Manhattan's grid layout. At each vertex there is a rounded corner along with a circle at each intersecting point. This method keeps the rigid grid layout that is seen on the city streets but also gives the typeface a fluid and fun personality.

The music in the video is [Dabrye — "Bloop"](https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/bloop/id682652421?i=682653009%252529.&ls=1&at=11l7j9&ct=viewingnyc&app=itunes

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