Weekend pop art: Apple’s T & Cs re-done in the style of famous cartoons and comic strips

Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz (image via Indy100 (c) R Sikoroyak)

 

Who actually reads Terms and Conditions (T & Cs) documents? Anyone? anyone? Bueller? Just as I thought – NO ONE.

Yeah, yeah we totally should so we know if the vendor we’re signing up with is going to require our firstborn in the event of a missed bill or demand we recreate the Mona Lisa in coloured pasta as punishment for not downloading something correctly … BUT WE DON’T.

Why? Because they’re fantastically boring.

But no longer if insanely clever New York-based cartoonist R Sikoroyak has his way.

This talented guy has recreated all 96 pages of Apples T & Cs in the style of various famous cartoons and comic strips, and the results are nothing short of “hell to the yeah I’d read that!”

Seriously I would and I would love it, and be fully aware of the fact that at midnight on the 4th July 2018 Apple will repossess my home, car and collection of antique poodle statuettes because I accidentally didn’t tick some box somewhere.

Ah the power of good pop culture art!

(source: Indy100

 

Dilbert by Scott Adams (image via Indy100 (c) R Sikoroyak)

 

Adventure Time by Ryan North, Shelli Paroline & Braden Lamb (image via Indy100 (c) R Sikoroyak)

 

Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson (image via Indy100 (c) R Sikoroyak)

 

Tintin by Hergé (image via Indy100 (c) R Sikoroyak)

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