ART: #SeattleTogether signs in North Delridge

In our nightly coronavirus-response-related roundup on April 22nd, we mentioned #SeattleTogether, for which the city commissioned artists to create 1,000 signs to be displayed in neighborhoods. Michael Taylor-Judd let us know that North Delridge has more than two dozen of them, and shared photos.

So, where to see them? He also made a map of where to look:

The original announcement lists the commissioned artists: Amaranta Sandys, Asia Tail, Danielle Morsette, David Rue, Denise Emerson, Hailey Tayathy, Hugo Moro, Lauren Iida, Lin-Lin Mao, Nasrin Afrouz, Shawn Parks, and Vikram Madan.

The signs are also destined for other unspecified West Seattle neighborhoods – so please let us know if YOU see them!

4 Replies to "ART: #SeattleTogether signs in North Delridge"

  • Mark May 2, 2020 (7:00 pm)

    There’s more than a few of these in High Point as well (Raymond, Lanham, 35th, etc.).  Cool :-)- Mark

  • LyndaB May 2, 2020 (7:51 pm)

    I’ve seen them coming up Highland Park Drive.  I love it!

  • West Seattle since 1979 May 2, 2020 (8:33 pm)


  • FIX IT May 3, 2020 (7:26 am)

    Maybe the city should use the money to FIX THE WEST SEATTLE BRIDGE instead of self congratulatory art projects. Pennies add up to dollars

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