Apparently, this has been around since early last year, but it's the first time it's been on my radar.
Here's a graphic score of James Jamerson's bassline on Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made To Love Her".
It's quite beautiful for a number of reasons. It truly shows the genius of what Jamerson brought to this, and countless other Motown songs in a unique way. The simple black white and grey color scheme is powerful in and of itself. The visual format conveys dynamics in a way that just listening to this great song cannot.
Finally, the whole thing was created by Vulfpeck's Jack Stratton, whose outside-the-box thinking, reverence for his musical heroes and dedication to the craft come through in every note that band plays.