Columbus, OH - Crew fan Deandre Hanson reportedly was insisting upon taking his time painting a very tiny portion of tifo that no one will ever actually notice during a recent tifosweat gathering for the Columbus Crew.
"It is important to accurately and carefully paint this 6 inch by 6 inch item of text correctly" said Hanson "We have to get the details right! Down to the very nitty gritty and the lines. Look at all these lack of straight lines in this banner. It is like a bunch of Jackson Pollock wannabes with motor neuron issues attempted to paint these lines... and the trace, don't get me started on the trace!"
According to those that attended the painting session, Mr Hanson was upset due to someone spilling a beer on the corner of the fabric that had to then be painted over.
"I give my time and effort for this junior high shit!" said an irate Hanson. "All you have to do is look at the important work that I do to get a feel of why it is important to stay within the lines, work slow and paint in a responsible fashion. C'mon!"
Organizers say that while they appreciate Mr Hanson's work, they just wish he would work faster than painting 6 inches of lettering in 3 hours.
"I honestly think he would be faster if he stopped bringing a magnifying glass headset and his water color art brushes" said Morgan Hughes. "We appreciate his contribution, but it helps everyone if you can work well and work quickly."
Reportedly Mr Hanson refuses to change his technique stating. "I show up for my city by painting this tiny area of text correctly"
The Nutmeg News will have more information on this as Mr Hanson is tasked to paint the edge on all the circles in the new Crew logo in order to utilize his technique to its full potential.