Bensusen’s work is a regular feature of many scientific publications. She
has been commissioned by the National Geographic Society, Smithsonian, Scientific
American, Horticulture, Ranger Rick, The Nature Conservancy
and more. For years, her work appeared on every cover of the National Science
Foundation's signature magazine, Mosaic. She developed and illustrated
the monthly “Biomechanics” column for the magazine Natural History,
working closely with the featured scientists. Her large-format work has included
a 50-foot mural for the National Aquarium in Baltimore, as well as posters for
the Smithsonian Institution, the National Science Foundation, Great Smokies National
Park and the USDA Forest Service, and signage for the National Zoo in Washington.
conceptual depiction of the superstructure of the universe according
to one astronomical theory. "Bubble Universe," a colored
pencil drawing showing a conceptual depiction of the superstructure of
the universe according to one astronomical theory. This illustration
was made for the cover of Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets, Tom
Van Flandern, North Atlantic Books, 1993.