Sometimes, it is possible to observe proper hipsters sipping coffee in a nice little café in the middle of a cultural centre in Mexico, or a Nordic family in the middle of a Venezuelan street food market up in the hills of Petare.
Is this real? Who is the real user?
Escalalatina is an initiative run by a group of young Latinos who provide a number of free human scales, inspired by the project Skalgubbar by Teodor JE. This time, they cut human scales “in development” as they assure they are tired of filling their projects with not real users.
All their silhouettes are in .png format, completely free to download and use. From now on everyone doing a project in Latin-America can produce “real” renders with local human scales.
Nice tool and nice job EscalaLatina!