Free Hazel Dooney Photograph

Australian artist Hazel Dooney is giving away 500 limited edition photographs from her Lake Eyre series to celebrate her 500th post at her Self Vs. Self blog.Continue Reading

Iku For You – Art Print

Hazel Dooney has released a free art print for download to celebrate her 400th blog post. It’s available for 30 days and she’ll sign and inscribe it for you if you send your print to her studio.Continue Reading

Sexy Time – Free Art Print

The Australian artist Hazel Dooney is offering an unlimited print titled “Study for Unsated” to download for free. Which means that you will have to print the work, but if you then send it to her studio she will sign it and send it back to you.Continue Reading

Free Art Print from Hazel Dooney

The Australian artist Hazel Dooney is offering a free art print to download from her website for the third time. It’s a drawing from her sexually explicit series that caused some reaction when she exhibited them in Melbourne, Australia recently. The print is called “An Outline Of Kelly, Later”Continue Reading

Bank of America Pays for Museum Entry

I usually delete any emails that have “Bank of America” in the subject as they’re usually just scammers phishing for my details (and I don’t have a Bank of America account anyway!). But I opened one today (as it seemed legitimate) and found an interesting story.

Bank of America will be paying for your entry into 86 different museums throughout America during the month of May. The only catch is that you have to have a Bank of America credit or check card or MBNA credit card. According to the bank, there are potentially 74 million customers eligible to take advantage of this offer.Continue Reading

Hazel Dooney Print

The Australian artist Hazel Dooney has a high resolution work that can be downloaded online and printed out as an original print. She will also sign the work if you send it to her, along with a stamped, self addressed envelope.

I can imagine Andy Warhol would be doing something like this if he was still alive. The only difference would probably be that he would charge $5000 for each download!Continue Reading