DANNY FAST's personal creative endeavours
IN THE SOIL 2014 - AERATED: Tool Time Take Two
Here’s what they’re saying about Tool Time Take Two (aka The Al Borland Band):

St Catharines-based artist Danny Fast and his band of merry pranksters rise to this occasion by resolving one of the most significant dilemmas afflicting the collective unconscious of humanity since 1999: what has Al Borland been up to since the cancellation of the hit sitcom Home Improvement 15 years ago? Not to give too much away, but suffice it to say: Al’s tool-obsessed, timid persona has evolved in a weird, musical way.

IN THE SOIL 2014 - AERATED: Tool Time Take Two

Here’s what they’re saying about Tool Time Take Two (aka The Al Borland Band):

St Catharines-based artist Danny Fast and his band of merry pranksters rise to this occasion by resolving one of the most significant dilemmas afflicting the collective unconscious of humanity since 1999: what has Al Borland been up to since the cancellation of the hit sitcom Home Improvement 15 years ago? Not to give too much away, but suffice it to say: Al’s tool-obsessed, timid persona has evolved in a weird, musical way.

I was featured in an article for an upcoming performance for In the Soil!

A book trailer I helped put together for a graphic novel called Out From Boneville, the first book in the Bone graphic novel series by Jeff Smith.

My submission to Heart Container zine.

My submission to Heart Container zine.

An illustration I made to be put into a video for Tom Rosenthal’s song “Toby Carr’s Difficult Relationship with Tuna”.

An illustration I made to be put into a video for Tom Rosenthal’s song “Toby Carr’s Difficult Relationship with Tuna”.

Hey! Here’s a bag that I designed!

Hey! Here’s a bag that I designed!

My band (girlfriend) and I (“Mix of Sun and Cloud”) wrote a song about bums.

A drawing of my Uncle Arnold for his 50th birthday.

A drawing of my Uncle Arnold for his 50th birthday.

Luke Hobbs sketch.

Luke Hobbs sketch.

Every year begins with a new invigorated sense of panic that I should be drawing more, so here’s the first of 2014.
(This scan might not do it justice though, since the shiny metallic markers I used on the spacesuit aren’t really coming through. Maybe there’s a way of changing that?)

Every year begins with a new invigorated sense of panic that I should be drawing more, so here’s the first of 2014.

(This scan might not do it justice though, since the shiny metallic markers I used on the spacesuit aren’t really coming through. Maybe there’s a way of changing that?)