Geosans Light: Super clean, modern geometric font. There’s no stress, and the stroke widths are completely even, giving it a very symmetrical feel.
Altera: I really like this font. The high shoulders and loopy bowls on the ‘a’ adds a sleek look.
Tall Films Fine: I’m tall and skinny. Just seem to fit. It’s very condensed, making it almost not readable.
Abraham Lincoln: The tall x-height and condensed nature of it make it feel tall and slender, just like Tall Films, but the rounded ends and inconsistent stroke weight give some interesting elements.
Chelsea: It feels like an attempt at a clean modern serif typeface. But the inconsistent kerning and mismatched baseline of some elements makes the type feel a little ‘off’. It’s trying really hard, but just can’t quite be perfect.
American Typewriter: The rounded serifs seem to mimic the ink that might build up on a mechanical typewriter letter.