Attaboy, and the projects he is involved in, have been featured and interviewed in magazines, books, podcasts, radio and on television.
Back in 2016, Richmond artist Daniel "Attaboy" Seifert began hiding tiny mushroom-themed art pieces in public spaces. The phenomenon has grown to a global fungi public art scavenger hunt that has come to be known as "Game of Shrooms." "I started it myself just planting mushrooms. I was in a depression and I was trying to regain control of my inner mental narrative," says Seifert.