Seattle, WA - After the success of the protest Rickroll T.I.F.O at the weekend, members of the Emerald City Supporters (ECS) confirmed to The Nutmeg News that their next display would be accompanied by a 6400 word dissertation explaining the ideal, motive, feeling you should have and impact that the piece should convey to the viewer.
The Nutmeg News spoke under the condition of anonymity to ECS T.I.F.O designer "Rick Steves" about the upcoming future display for the Emerald City Supporters and he was able to inform our reporter about some interesting upcoming features.
"Well, the first thing to note, without giving away too much, is that we found a sympathetic professor in the classics department at the University of Washington who translated Sanskrit for us," stated Mr. Steves to our reporter. "It's something that has been in the works for a seriously significant period of time. Like a long fucking time, dude."
Reportedly, the T.I.F.O display will have both electronic tour guides available as well as educated docents to explain the overall impact of the piece at the time when it was conceived as well as the impact it is having in real time as social media will add to the overall conceptual aspect.
"If quoting Rick Astly didn't serve to inform Major League Soccer that we don't like them, just wait until they read the next T.I.F.O," explained Mr. Steves. "We care deeply about literacy, our team, our hatred of Major League Soccer, the experience of dead languages throughout the ages as they pertain to serfdom, the evolution of the human experience and the rights of man; and feel this will address local soccer issues on a biblical scale. hint. hint. Look, I've probably said too much but this will all be explained in the dissertation that accompanies this piece."
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as the ECS unveil their new masterpiece slated for a display at the Duomo di Milano in 2017.