I've got the firm impression that the word
(meaning = unknown), which the artist originally used to hide his identity, has multiple transliterations.
Nashenas, Nashinas, Nashenaas, Naashenas, Nashnas, ...
The first transliteration is by far the most common on cover art. Then there is Nashnas.com - I have no evidence either way that it is the artist - beside the website content itself.
Looking for such evidence has me asking,
EDIT: The search is progressing well.
(Current edit waiting for approval will change artist name to commonest transliteration (Nashenas). Then I await future discoveries. As the wise Jesus2099 said, "It is not really wrong, it has yet to be completed, isn’t it?")