Simon Hoegsberg, a 32-year-old photographer from Denmark, spent the last 17 months making a single continuous print that is 100 meters long. It's called "We're All Gonna Die—100 Meters of Existence." The photograph features 178 people shot over the course of 20 days, in Berlin.
Featured Comment by Joe: "It's not only the longest photo, it's a really wonderful photo. Hoegsberg writes, 'Only a few of the people on the photograph seemed to know I was taking their picture.' I'm thinking one of them might be the guy looking straight into the camera and giving the finger."