In this case I've chosen to straddle the fine art sphere with marketing design logo in the form of how I developed several images of the Goddess Astraea, in a few pieces, and how they evolved over time.
I adopted her namesake quite some time ago as part of my musical identity, 391 & the Army of Astraea, in homage to a line from one of Salvator Rosa's Renaissance satires, which made a reference to her return to earth as a vengeful force of purity and justice. I first incorporated the 391 part as early as 1983, after becoming aware of Francis Picabia's Dadaist periodical 291. 391 followed a few years later.
But back to Astraea.
Astraea, the celestial virgin, was the last of the immortals to live with humans during the Golden Age, one of the old Greek religion's five deteriorating Ages of Man. According to Ovid, Astraea abandoned the earth during the Iron Age. Fleeing from the new wickedness of humanity, she ascended to heaven to become the constellation Virgo. The nearby constellation Libra reflected her symbolic association with Dike, who in Latin culture as Justitia is said to preside over the constellation. In the Tarot, the 8th card, Justice, with a figure of Justitia, can thus be considered related to the figure of Astraea on historical iconographic grounds.
According to legend, Astraea will one day come back to Earth, bringing with her the return of the utopian Golden Age of which she was the ambassador.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy, and as always, Till next time.