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++Thanks to the Boston Magazine for a feature of this item in the September Consumer Index++


William Tell's story is a myth about the strong bond between father and son and a mans defiance against the state. He was ordered by the king to draw his bow and shoot an apple off the head of his young son's head. He was a sure shot, but after he proved himself the king asked why he had prepared two arrows, and he explained that the second arrow was intended for the King, "had I shot my child, know that it would not have missed your heart."

The decals are easily applied. We will send you a practice decal to get your confidence up.

Black looks great and will be our default color if you don't choose a different color.

They come off if you really want it off and leave no stickiness behind. The vinyl is rugged and will last 6 years outside, but your computer probably won't.

All of our computer decals can be made much smaller and much bigger so if your smitten with a deign but would rather have it somewhere else, let me know. Generally If a decal gets really big I price it at 4 cents per square inch, so you can do a little figuring and let me know.

We can scale the sticker for 13", 15", 17' MacBooks. Other sizes (like my cranky 14" iBook) can be made also, please specify when ordering! Thanks!

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William Tell's Apple MacBook Decal by Suzie Automatic

$10.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: vinyl
  • Ships worldwide from Maine, United States
  • Feedback: 597 reviews
  • Favorited by: 76 people