Sketchnote Font Find

I’ve hunted for interesting fonts around town to add to my sketchnote “visual library” but I haven’t been finding ANY.  So this morning, when out for a jog on one of my usual routes, the red flash of my favorite sign hidden in an apartment complex made me turn on a dime in my Vibram Five Fingers.  I smacked my forehead for not thinking of this place earlier and made good use of my iPhone and app HDR3 (High Dynamic Range – 3 exposures) by Christopher Herbon to take a pic.

Sunshine Garden Photo by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2013 taken with my iPhone using HDR3, edited in Perfectly Clear, Snapseed, Impressions and iResize

Sunshine Garden Photo by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2013 taken with my iPhone using HDR3, edited in Perfectly Clear, Snapseed, Impressions and iResize

The sign is cheerful, innocent almost, definitely from another time and I love the font. Here’s my rendition using the lovely Tombow dual brush pens for the grays:

Sunshine Gardens, edited in Perfectly Clear and Camera+ by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2013

Sunshine Gardens Sketchnote, edited in Perfectly Clear and Camera+ by Jennifer Hartnett-Henderson ©2013

I’ve tried looking at a few font identification websites such as What the Font, Adobe Font Finder,  and Identifont (my favorite) to see if I can find this but no such luck. If you are in the know and care to share let us know!