Austin Osman Spare: The man art history left behind – in pictures
Elephant and Castle's finest was an enfant terrible in Edwardian art circles, but he faded into obscurity. Here, we take a look at some of his finest works
Austin Osman Spare: Cockney visionary
Austin Osman Spare was hailed as the next Aubrey Beardsley, but died in obscurity in 1957. Since then, he has had a cult following, but – at last – writes Phil Baker, his art is finally gaining wider popularity
About - Beautiful/Decay
Liz Insogna's Afterlife draws from Greek mythology surrounding the realm of Hades. Two bodies of water, Lethe and the Pool of Memory, offer dead souls a couple of options in how they want to handle their past life's memories when reincarnated. Common souls flocked to Lethe to wipe th
Nut, on the wabet ceiling
this was MIND-BLOWING Nut, the sky goddess, arms outstretched, eats the disk of the sun and then gives birth to it again, amidst rays of light, that reach out to bathe a head of Hathor, mistress of the sycamores, with a sycamore tree to the right of her head.