Edited on Jan 15, 2016 at 10:27 by drf
I don't think you will find this. It's custom work by LoyalKaspar for ESPN
So unless a copy leaks to 'the wild' or it's made available commercially, you are out of luck.
Probably an older version/modified version of this one…
(But my old eyes can't tell which at this size of sample)
I've been looking at this for a while and the differences in the ear on the 'r's in Carry and the subtle differences between the 'r's & 'e's in Coeur, de and pirate lead me to believe this is hand lettered, although, I could be wrong…
Edited on Jan 09, 2016 at 22:13 by pilaster
See also this post for alternative cuts…
I think I mentioned in a previous comment that I literally just missed the boat on photo/filmotype. My first job on my first day in the print industry proper was loading a Scantext 1000 (I think) machine onto the recycling truck, before commencing work as a mac operator. So I have knowledge of some pre digital technologies, like Letraset when it was a rub on transfer (oh sweet memories of doing posters for friends bands with that stuff) but not the real pre-digital typesetting. I have recently been toying with the idea of growing a beard and buying a letterpress press though… (It's either that or growing a beard and opening a micro brewery!)
PS I doubt that we will find a perfect match, unless there is a revival out there in the dark recesses of the Creative Market or some such…
Sorry Heron, I hadn't made the Sesame Street connection so had no notion of this being VERY pre digital! There is a knockoff of Busorama, Busorama FS which features the 'R' and 'K' that match the posted sample. Though it's a bit heavier than OPs sample
NOT THE FONT but could be used to set a close approximation.
It looks like the Buffer font listed here, which in itself is a sort of cut of Busorama. Can't find a legitimate download for it…
…is a pretty close alternative.
Someone else may come up with an ID and link, so don't give up hope.
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