The Whole Of Star Wars, Told Using One Single Image

Imagine one image, like a flowchart. A regular flowcharts with some pretty illustrations but a flowchart nonetheless.

Boring right?

OK, now imagine it tells the story of Star Wars.

Yes, that's better. Much better.

And that's precisely what this super cool image does: tells the entire story of A New Hope using an image you can scroll down to your heart's content.

It's pretty damn cool. And it strikes me as the kind of thing that probably took a long, long time to make.

Well worth investigating, and appreciating.


Comments

    Jeebus. It would be quicker to watch the film than scrolling through and reading the whole image.

    Several errors in the graphic. For instance, proton torpedo launch tubes are inset into the nose of the main craft body, the prongs at the end of the s-foils are laser lenses. There is no way lasers could be fired into the exhaust port as it was ray-shielded. Honestly, it's like they weren't even trying.

      Forget the pedantic ship inaccuracies... It's a page built to scroll and there's no title crawl? That would have been the obvious first step...

        Though the lightspeed transition works incredibly well when you just leave the middle click autoscroll to do its thing.

    Interesting that only Han shoots, but it also has the encounter with Jabba. So the creator is doing what they think is right...of course...

    I can't wait for the next one. Honestly, this is the coolest thing I've seen in a very long time. Fantastic effort!

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