Precision Mazes Creates ‘KC Got Our Swagger Back’ Cut Art In Missouri Field After Commemorating Former Andy Reid | Chief of Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – A lifelong Leader fan and his team are creating eye-catching corn maze and crop artworks, including designs built to support Kansas City Chiefs.
Research team at Precise labyrinth have been creating their designs in crop fields around the country for over 20 years. They use GPS technology and cornfield cutting to bring their designs to life.
In 2020, they created a piece of crop art in memory of Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. “Thank you Coach!” The design for Big Red is big news. It caught the attention of Sunday Night Football and even caught the eye of manager Andy Reid.
“He gave us a great compliment,” says Precision Mazes owner Rob Stouffer. “He said that certainly our work is better than the aliens. So we want to keep that up and we’re glad Coach Reid appreciates our work. ”
Each letter is filled in the field of Orrick, Mo in honor of the tall 74 NFL soccer ball. Two football fields could fit in Andy Reid’s cap for the project.
Earlier this football season, Stouffer and his team looked for new inspiration to support the captains and their fans. “As the season went on, we said, ‘we don’t really think this could be the year’ but things have turned to the Raiders game.”
That week, a teammate showed Patrick Mahomes a video that turned the tide. Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes discussed the video after the Raiders game. “I felt like I needed to regain my beauty,” Mahomes said. “He showed me that video. It’s mojo, video of the week. ”
On the field, Kelce replays the video and says, “Something tells me I’ve got my swagger back. Oh baby! ”
Precision Mazes created crop art that reads “KC is back to their beauty” in the field of Orrick, Mo.
“There seems to be a new term in the city. There has been a buzz. There was an excitement,” Stouffer said. “As the team and the city seem to be recovering and hopefully returning for another Super Bowl trip.”
Stouffer said the Precision Mazes team is working on another KC sports-themed project.
“It was a way to demonstrate our ability. It’s one way that we can show how we can work with so many different textures,” says Stouffer. “We are famous for creating corn mazes. People consider them to be green plants. This is one way we can make and create amazing images in the land. We can do the same in the sand and in the snow.”