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PXLFORGE takes the Buddies With Benefits to the beach in 2012

The time has arrived again for the annual Buddies With Benefits Calendar (available at the Castro Street Fair)!!! The 2012 Calendar will be our first swimsuit edition and will sport 12 hot shots from photographer Barry Muniz and Stylist Christian Owen. I was on set for the shoot in order to ensure the raw material would work so I could use my own magic to transport the boys from the HotHouse studios (more on that later) to an idyllic San Francisco Golden Gate bridge beach scene.

Buddies With Benefits 2 sided San Francisco PRIDE Year at-a-glance Calendar Buddies With Benefits 2 sided San Francisco PRIDE Year at-a-glance Calendar

This flyer will be distributed during 2011 PRIDE so be sure to pick one up! I’ll post more on the 2012 BwB Calendar as I get new info. Stay tuned to see who get’s what month…

PXLFORGE 2008 Redesign

Even though I’ve decided to take advantage of the built in aspects of WordPress and transform this portfolio using their blogging software, the last incarnation of this site (which I built from scratch using Flash) is still available online.

2008 PXLFORGE redesign

PXLFORGE 2006 Redesign

While you enjoy the new incarnation, the version of my portfolio that went live in 2006 will remain available online here.

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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.