The City of SeaTac – along with non-profit partner ‘Vibe Hunters’ – recently hosted the first-ever SeaTac Art Attack Yard Art contest.

Twenty-one families participated in the event that created art throughout the city.

A map to all entries is below, and can also be accessed here.

A panel of three judges visited all of the sites and selected the winners, which are listed below.

Congratulations to all participants for a very successful 2020 SeaTac Art Attack!

1st Place: Rebecca Iwai

2nd Place: James Lovell

3rd Place: Kiymbah Tyburc

Honorable Mentions:

Greg Balducci

Pinky Estell

Natalie D’Arielli


Yard Art Contest Information
With many of us working and playing at home, the city took the opportunity to add some art and life to SeaTac. Vibe Hunters, a SeaTac based non-profit, partnered with the City of SeaTac for this first annual Yard Art Contest This began in June and continued through Labor Day.

The week of Sept. 7, judges drove around to all of the participating households to view the art pieces. Some trophies and prizes were awarded. Maps of all art pieces, are available (links are above) for anyone in the community to drive around and enjoy the art! Art should be visible from the street and should be at least semi-permanent (so they don’t blow away, etc.).

For more information, check out the Vibe Hunters website or contact Brian Tomisser at [email protected] or 206.973.4682.