Sunshine is the unlikely alphabet collision of Gobbler and Liquorstore. Chank’s napkin scrawl smashed into the letters commonly found on signage at the neighborhood liquorstore. Gobbler’s blotchy textures fragmented Liquorstore’s uniform stroke. It began as a hideous lumpy thing with random vector points everywhere. Chank came to the rescue with his Alphabetician’s first aid kit. He smoothed the blunt corners with a few hammer blows. He wrapped the font in extra strokes, in a sans serif Roman style, to increase its contrast. His industrial influence helped stabilize Gobbler’s gloppy qualities and his grunge aesthetic softened Liquorstore’s checkerboard rigidity. The end result is a font with a solid structure and a Charles Schulz-like wiggle that creates a dirty display or a slightly clumsy text face. Because of its many detailed strokes, it tends to look a little better in print than on the web.