Limited Edition Prints
News Date
15th February 2019
Limited Edition Prints

Following the amazing demand for the Andy Warhol inspired prints of Hazell’s album “RE:VISITED”, and after receiving so many merchandise requests for “HEAVENLY/Because The Night” (the last single release from Hazell Dean on Energise Records) we are delighted to offer FORTY Limited Edition “Queen of HiNRG” prints featuring the comic book hero artwork of American artist, Steve Wilber.

Printed on ‘Imagine’ a high quality artboard, these 12’ album size prints are all individually numbered and signed by Hazell.

40 exclusive prints will be on sale from 22nd February 2019 and will cost £40.00 (Inc postage and packaging)
NB. Prints cannot be personalised

There are 41 prints in total – No 1 belongs to the artist himself, Steve Wilber, as a gift from Hazell. He deserves it!

Profits from the sale of these prints will be split between
The Dahlia Foundation and Dogs on the Streets.

The Dahlia Foundation:

This Foundation was started by Sara Di Carlo in 2016, as a grass roots organisation that provides accommodation, medical assistance and monetary grants to vulnerable refugee families living in Greece and Turkey.
In 2018, Dahlia Foundation joined forces with another grassroots organisation based in Turkey to provide funding for “Dahlia House”, a safe house that provides respite for refugee children undergoing cancer treatment.
Dahlia House enables up to 5 families to live in a safe, clean environment, without the worry of having to go back to living on the streets or camps after each chemotherapy session.
Dahlia House continues to care for the families until the child has fully recovered from their illness.
After the success of the first house, Sara desperately needs funding to open a second as they encounter more refugee families needing help.
https://www.dahliafoundation.org/

Dogs On The Streets:

Headed up by Michelle Clark who prior to the launch of DOTS back in 2016 had already been running a street outreach programme for 6 years, tending to the needs of the homeless with dogs, she steadily built up a strong rapport and in depth knowledge of their true needs.
DOTS now operates weekly in London as well as running regular services in other major UK cities with a view to expand even further.
With a fully equipped mobile veterinary surgery vehicle allowing ease of access to dogs in need, DOTS ensures all the essential items and services are provided for free each and every week. From food provisions to new harnesses and leads plus training and grooming sessions.
Michelle has been involved in a number of cases where she has been successful in getting homeless people and their dogs off the streets for good and hopes to do more of this in the future, because everybody, human or canine, deserves a roof over their heads
https://www.dogsonthestreets.org/