It is important to note that due to horizontal gene transfer, the early days of life, and still bacteria to this day due to bacterial conjugation, are actually a graph and not a tree, see also: Figure "Graph of life".
Definitely have a look at: coral of life representations.
TODO vs Phylogenetic tree?
Cladograms and phylogenetic trees are functionally very similar, but they show different things. Cladograms do not indicate time or the amount of difference between groups, whereas phylogenetic trees often indicate time spans between branching points.
Figure 1.
Coral of life by János Podani (2019)
. Source. Fantastic work!!! Some cool things we can easily see:
Interesting fractal approach to a phylogenetic tree:
Mostly data driven.