(CNN) Facebook has so many users — more than a billion, that squeezing them all into one Web page seems almost impossible.
And yet someone has done just that.
A new project, “The Faces of Facebook,” collects more than 1.27 billion Facebook profile photos on one site, arranged in chronological order according to when the person joined the social network. Users can sign in via Facebook to pinpoint their photo on the page and see where they show up in relation to their friends.
At first glance, the site looks like colorful, pixelated white noise. But users can zoom in to see individual photos and then scroll around or click on a photo to visit that person’s Facebook page(seems a little scary, but everyone can do that anyways, right?). Be warned, the page is experiencing heavy traffic and can be slow and buggy at times.
The site launched last week and was built by Natalia Rojas, a self-described “creative technologist” in Barcelona, Spain.