If you want a good idea of just how many people use Facebook on a daily basis, this dizzying site manages to cram every single user onto a single page — represented by over 1.2 billion coloured pixels that can be zoomed to reveal the individual faces of every member.
Created by freelance designer Natalia Rojas, the Faces of Facebook is a bit overwhelming at first, looking like the noise you'd find on a TV lacking a signal. But, as you zoom in, it immediately becomes clear that you're looking at an overwhelming grid featuring one-sixth of the planet's population.
And while it seems random and chaotic, the images are actually organised in chronological order as people registered, which might make it only slightly less of an impossible task to find yourself. [TheFacesOfFacebook via designboom]