Attaboy, and the projects he is involved in, have been featured and interviewed in magazines, books, podcasts, radio and on television.
'Game of Shrooms' grew from Richmond experiment to a worldwide art scavenger hunt
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.