Can you help me find this artist?

While doing the web-surfing/Twitter/Facebook thing, I happened across this delightful little bit of Trek-inspired whimsy:

Despite the clues provided (first name “Tim,” or I suppose it could be the initials T.I.M.), my attempts to track down the artist responsible for this piece have come up short. I would really love to get in contact with him (or her?), so if anyone who sees this recognizes the work and can point me in the right direction, I would be most appreciative.

So, how you doin’?

UPDATE: January 21, 2013 – I’m thrilled to say that I actually found the artist, through the sort of blind luck and good timing that can only happen in the modern world of social media. It turns out he’s on Facebook, and we have mutual friends, one of whom posted/shared a different piece of art he’d created and which bore the same distinctive logo/signature. I’m not yet sure if he’s okay with me sharing his name/other info, so for now suffice it to say that we’ve been corresponding over on FB.

Aren’t Trekkies cool?

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About Dayton Ward

Freelance word pusher. Husband. Dad. Trekkie. Rush fan (the band). Tampa Bay Bucs fan. Observer/derider of human behavior. I know where my towel is.
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10 Responses to Can you help me find this artist?

  1. Soriedem says:

    I’m doin’. I’ll sew my bots near and far to aid you in this worthy quest.

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  2. Tom Elias says:

    Did you try DeviantArt?

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  3. angus48 says:

    Reblogged this on Angus48's Blog and commented:
    Tim the Enchanter has created art and disappeared from the grid like the Mid-evil terrorist wizard that he is. Dayton would like the scoundrel found so that he may be rewarded. I added the last bit.

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  4. Did a reverse image search on tineye.com and came up with nada.
    http://www.tineye.com/search/42bb42162212e500b5652806ada59494890b28cf/?pluginver=chrome-1.1

    It says it search over 2.2526 billion images.

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  5. sue ward says:

    To me (of course I am old!) based on the thing at top and bottom-looks like initials WM.

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