Happy Karrik is an open-source variable typeface created by combining two existing open-source static typefaces, Happy Times at the IKOB by Lucas Le Bihan and Karrik by Jean-Baptiste Morizot and Lucas Le Bihan. Happy Karrik combines the contrasting themes and classifications of the two into one. Happy Karrik is the third SIL Open Font License typeface released by Primary Foundry and has 220 glyphs with extended Latin characters, lining figures, alternates, ligatures, punctuation, and symbols. License includes one variable typeface with 9 instances: Serif Regular, Serif Slant, Serif Italic, MidSerif Regular, MidSerif Slant, Midserif Italic, Sans Regular, Sans Slant, and Sans Italic, with Desktop (TFF), Web (WOFF), and App (TTF) font formats for Print, Web, App, and Broadcast use. Open Font License allows the font to be used, modified, and redistributed. Typeface designed by Ian Griffin.