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Searching for Bob Crimi

For the past few days, I've been trying to track down the contact information for a science illustrator named Bob Crimi. Google turned up many examples of his fine work, but no contact information. There's a webpage for a painter named Bob Crimi, but without any mention of science illustration. I also contacted the editorial offices of the Scientist and of Nature, in which his illustrations are published, but they didn't have contact information for him either. So, now I'm trying a little experiment. Are blogs powerful enough to get his attention and will we then contact me?

The illustration, by Bob Crimi, that caught my attention is about halfway down the page of this article on olfactory sensory neurons. His use of color is fantastic!

Bob, if you're out there, please contact me.