Mark Bernstein, the author of the Tinderbox platform is also a scientist who studies hypertext.
His recent post contains a link to numerous web science posters developed at various universities.
Lots of graphic design inspiration to be found here.
Steve Zeoli posted a link to the work of Maira Kalman in the NY Times today, in this case an enlightening graphic celebration of the inventiveness of Benjamin Franklin. This post was part of a series - "The Pursuit of Happiness (2009)" - a year long exploration of American History and democracy beginning with a story on the inauguration of Barack Obama.
Here is the NY Times article -> Can Do
I am looking forward to checking out more of her work, especially the illustrated Michael Pollan book.
While browsing the website of designer Zach Debord (found via a Make RSS post) I came across this great picture of a chook in the snow with a jumper on, she looks very cosy. Head over to their site to see more of these pictures in a slideshow.
Their blog has quite a few posts about their chickens and burgeoning interest in Permaculture.
Worth a look.
For the those with a technical bent Zach's beam robots are stunning works that merge art and electronics.
They remind me this work by Robert Klippel which featured 87 small painted objects.