This is a full map of DNA of Candidatus Carsonella ruddii bacteria. The smallest DNA that scientists had found. There are 159662 nucleobases within it at all. 160 Kbyte of data =)
I downloaded DNA sequence from http://patricbrc.org/portal/portal/patric/GenomeBrowser?cType=genome&cId=121052.
Afterwards I converted it into image. Nucleobases are standardly colored by four colors. 1 pixel for each nucleobase.
So now it is possible to see complete and full DNA at once. I think this is awesome =)
And here is bacteria itself (from http://bacmap.wishartlab.com/organisms/396):