Is This Bit Of Brilliance From Martin Panchaud The Best Infographic Ever Made?

You have two choices: a) Almost Certainly, and b) HECK, YEAH!

I'm going with b), myself. Amazing stuff. (Yes, I realize this is back-to-back Star Wars posts. But what do you want me to do? Not post this? Are you even human?)

You need to click HERE to see it. Please do so, because it semi-defies description. Or at least it needs to be seen to be truly believed (and loved). Here's Panchaud himself on the project:

SWANH.NET is an adaptation of Star Wars Episode IV in a style that was inspired by infographics. One story in one scrolling piece, 123 meters (403.5 feet) in length. Exact measurements are 1024x465152 px/27x12307 cm/10.6x4845.3 in.
This long ribbon harkens back to ancient Chinese script rolls that had to be rolled in and rolled out simultaneously in order to be read. I like this stretch between ages, cultures, and technologies.
Please note; I have absolutely no intentions whatsoever to commercialise this work. It is part of an artistic approach, an experiment in order to create an internet curiosity.
Attribution(s): "Generice Infographic" from Stefan Leijon via Visual Hunt/CC BY-ND.