Someone expressed interest in learning the origin of my deviantArt avatar, so I finally got around to looking for a place to host the website I made that explains it. You should be able to find the website here:
CayleyGraph's Avatar Website
By all means, if you have trouble accessing it, or there are broken links or missing images, or even if you just find the explanation to be confusing and want me to expand on it, please let me know.
I had a website explaining the origin of my avatar in what I thought was helpful detail; however, I had it hosted on GeoCities, which has recently closed down.
I still have all the files from the site, so I could easily recreate it anywhere; however, since I got no comments about the site (except from one person on a different online community where I referenced the site, but forgot to provide a link... d'oh!) I don't think I'll do so. Besides, there's probably better online resources for learning about Group Theory, Algebra, and Cayley Graphs than anything I could make.
If you're curious as to what my Avatar is supposed to be, I'd appreciate it if you could look at my website. It's an attempt to explain what it is. Although this content usually isn't presented to people outside of an undergraduate-level algebra course, I believe it can be understood by anyone with a fair understanding of algebra and a bit of visual thinking.
I would appreciate it if you could let me know where, if anywhere, you found it confusing. I plan on revising it based on the suggestions I receive.
The website can be found here: http://www.geocities.com/cayleygraph/