Read Moby Dick, on a single page

Ever wondered what Moby Dick, all 212,507 words of it, would look like on a single page? No? Well, check it out anyways.

Impractical? Yes, very. Cool? That, too.

From All The World’s a Page website —

“Once upon a time we asked ourselves a peculiar question: could you fit an entire book onto a single poster? Would it still be legible? What would it reveal about the hidden structures and rhythms of the text? And how impressed would our friends be if we tried it out?”

You can check out the rest of the collection here.


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