Julien Bobroff, a French physicist who is heavily involved in science outreach, has been coming up with clever ways of exploring the boundary between art and science using superconductivity. Check out his outreach site for some clever videos, craft projects, and animations that deal with a range of quantum behaviour.
I particularly like his collaboration with designer François Azambourg to convey some of the surprising properties of superconductivity. These include levitating jewellery, a no-contact line of clothing, a superconductivity circus, and a delightful superconducting Rube Goldberg machine breakfast maker.
He has also produced this page, Quantum made simple, which has some stunning animations of quantum tunnelling, lasers, and the double slit.