Dancing Script Typeface

The dancing script font is a dynamic unofficial writing where the letters bounce and to some extent change the size. The uppercase letters are large and go below the reference line/baseline.  It is one of the widespread fonts that was devised in 195o’s by Pablo Impallari. The dancing script font was used by Murray Hill in 1956 while he carried out weight distribution and Mistral in 1953 in his lively bouncing effect. The font is lively, and its varying letter sizes gives it a nice-looking casual look and looks more like a “handwriting.”