Posts Tagged ‘Art Institute of California – San Francisco’

The ladies of Harlot Mansion

First hand drawn, then inked, scanned and photoshopped, these images were created as textures to decorate a 3D mansion in a game level built with the Unreal engine. The game is set within an opulent mansion belonging to the owner of fictional “Harlot Magazine”.

Venus in Vegas

Concept sketch for a story about Venus the Goddess of Love having to prove unselfish love exists… in Las Vegas. She’s been exiled from Olympus for breaking her marriage vows again and won’t be allowed back until she’s found true love in the city of sin.

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Landing back in San Francisco in 1994, graphic designer Sean Brennan, immediately went native and started his own design studio: PXLFORGE. As a graphic artist with years of experience designing for media platforms ranging from print and the www to DVD interface and 3D product design, Sean and PXLFORGE handle projects large and small.

Recently Sean's work has been seen all over bus stops and bulletin boards in San Francisco's Castro in the form of ads, posters and logo designs for TRIGGER, Comedy in the Castro, Buddies with Benefits, Forward March, ACTIVATE! AsiaSF, the New BOC - Bar on Church and Lord Martine Global.

Sean was the designer of PALz - a line of block-figure toys from the now defunct Palisades Toys based on popular Fox properties Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the X-Files. He also worked as a production artist on the 900+ screens of the deluxe Lord of the Rings trilogy DVD collection.