News

Print Collaboration
I am collaborating with the Pangeaseed Foundation on a print release of the painting "Death and Nautilus". Proceeds from print sales will be used for their efforts to empower individuals and communities to create meaningful environmental change for oceans through ARTivism, education, and science. PangeaSeed forges a synthesis between creative expression, nature, and society to (re)connect individuals and communities with our planet’s most important ecosystem by following our core values of sustainability, education, ecology, and design.

Death and Nautilus revised jpeg

Press, Blogs and Publications

El Cultural, Interview with Sandra Yagi
  • Hi-Fructose: Sandra Yagi’s Strange Creatures, Skeletons Explore Our Nature by Andy Smith, Hi-Fructose
• WOW x WOW - interview and artist profile
• Dark Corner Books -
“Sandra Yagi’s Beautiful and Macabre Illustrations
• SciArt in America blog: “
Beauty in the Macabre: Science and Art in the works of Sandra Yagi
• Medinart website:
Sandra Yagi
• Interview by Eclectix on-line art journal/gallery -
Sandra Yagi, Eclectix Interview 36
• 20 Minutos.es, “
Pinturas sobre los peligros de la modificación genética” by Helena Celdran
The Mafu Cage, June 9, 2011
• San Francisco Art Enthusiast,
Interview with “Spectacular Beasts Artist "
• ArtScene, “
Clive Barker and Sandra Yagi,” by Ray Zone, Jan. 2011
Mental Shoes, Issue 018, “Sandra Yagi: Paintings,” Editor: D.H. Dowling, Jan. 1, 2011
• San Francisco Art News, “
Curiosity Dissected the Cat - Sandra Yagi,” by Michael Yochum, Oct. 14, 2010
• Democracy in China – Limited artists’ edition – Guns N’ Roses (pending release)
• Paul Rushca’s
Full Moon, the Collection of Paul Ruscha, by Paul Ruscha, Publisher: Steidl (November 21, 2008)