Below is an album of some icons and pictures I have found over the past couple years. If you search “Good Friday Icons” OR just “Good Friday” you will be able to find any or all of these and much more. There is also a couple good Friday videos below. I would encourage you spend some time today in silence and meditation, find some images that resonate with you and deepen your awareness of what our Lord Jesus has done for us on this day, this horrible but good Friday, this the day of the cross. 

The Stations of Cross is often engaged on Good Friday... here are a few links to sites that will guide you through the stations. 
Stations of the Cross Devotion on Patheos by the Rev. Dr. Mark D. Roberts. This is a really great resource with a great introduction. He also compares and contrasts the the Biblical Stations of the Cross and the Traditional Station. (PS: If you're a bit skeptical of Roman Catholic devotion, this resource is perfect! Mark is a professor at Fuller Seminary and was pastor in Southern California for may years.)
Catholic Online :: This is a really cool resource. It includes a video for each station and the classic text as well. This resource includes the 14 traditional Stations of the Cross (the traditional Roman Catholic stations). There is a helpful intro video on this page. 
Pray As You Go | AUDIO GUIDE :: I love the Pray As You Go app on my iPhone, and this audio guide they to the stations they have created is great. Go for a prayer walk and let them guide you through on the way to the cross. 

— Here are a couple Good Friday videos —

If you want some deeper reflection here is Bishop Robert Barron with a couple deep thoughts on the Cross of Christ. 
In these videos he is reflecting on the book The Crucifixion by Anglican priest Fleming Rutledge.