People Standing

People Standing

Description
Description

Standing, the act of holding the body upright on the feet, is a fundamental human posture. It's unique to humans in the extent to which it's used and our ability to maintain it for long periods. Standing allows for a broad range of activities, from simple tasks to complex interactions. It offers health benefits like improved posture, increased muscle engagement, and better circulation compared to prolonged sitting.

There are various styles of standing, influenced by posture and activity – relaxed, attentive, defensive, or dynamic. It's common in numerous settings: at work, in queues, during social events, and in public transport. In society, standing can convey different messages, such as respect in a formal setting or readiness in sports. It's an integral part of daily life, enabling interaction, mobility, and a wide range of human activities.

History
History

The ability to stand upright is a defining characteristic of human evolution. This adaptation allowed our ancestors to see over tall grasses in the African savannah, spot potential threats, and free their hands for tool use and carrying objects. As human societies developed, standing took on various cultural and social significances. In many cultures, standing is associated with respect and attention, evident in customs like standing for elders or during national anthems.

In military and religious contexts, standing postures have denoted discipline and reverence. Throughout time, standing has been more than just a physical action; it's been a symbol of alertness, respect, and engagement, integral to various ceremonies, professions, and daily life interactions.

Future
Future

In the future, the way we stand and the contexts in which we do it might evolve with changing lifestyles and technological advancements. Ergonomic design could play a larger role in workplaces and public spaces, promoting healthier standing postures and reducing the strain of prolonged standing. Wearable technology might offer feedback on posture or even assist in maintaining optimal alignment.

In entertainment and leisure, virtual and augmented reality experiences could introduce new forms of standing engagement, where participants stand to interact with digital environments. Despite these changes, standing as a fundamental human posture will likely retain its traditional roles in social customs, professional environments, and day-to-day activities, continuing to signify respect, attention, and engagement in various cultural and social contexts.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Is standing good for your health?

Standing has been proven to decrease the risk of heart disease as standing lowers blood sugar and cholesterol while reducing weight. Standing is also correlated to reducing back pain, increased productivity, higher energy levels, and greater life expectancy.

How long should you stand at your desk?

Experts advise that people stand at their desk between 15-30 minutes every hour (1:4 to 1:3 ratio) to gain the health benefits of standing.

When do children learn to stand?

Children learn to stand without support as early as 8 months, with an average between 10-12 months.

Humans

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5’9” | 175 cm
20-45
Bath Towel - Men (Front)
175.000
45.00
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Bath Towel - Men (Front)
5’4” | 163 cm
20-45
Bath Towel - Women (Front)
163.000
45.00
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Bath Towel - Women (Front)
25-45
Carrying Boxes - Combination
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Carrying Boxes - Combination
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Distancing
5’9” | 1.75 m
20-45
Coughing - Men
175.000
45.00
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Coughing - Men
5’4” | 1.63 m
20-45
Coughing - Women
163.000
45.00
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Coughing - Women
5’9” | 1.75 m
20-45
Coughing Into Elbow - Men
175.000
45.00
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3D
Coughing Into Elbow - Men
5’4” | 1.63 m
20-45
Coughing Into Elbow - Women
163.000
45.00
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Coughing Into Elbow - Women
5’9” | 175 cm
Disinfection Workers - Standing
175.000
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Disinfection Workers - Standing
25-40
Leaning on Wall - Combination (Side)
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3D
Leaning on Wall - Combination (Side)
5’9”| 1.75 m
Looking - Men (Standing)
175.000
GUIDE
3D
Looking - Men (Standing)
5’4” | 1.63 m
Looking - Women (Standing)
163.000
GUIDE
3D
Looking - Women (Standing)
5’9” | 1.75 m
20-35
Looking at Phone - Men - Standing - Front
175.000
35.00
GUIDE
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Looking at Phone - Men - Standing - Front
5’9” | 1.75 m
20-35
Looking at Phone - Men - Standing - Side
175.000
35.00
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Looking at Phone - Men - Standing - Side
5’4” | 1.63 m
20-35
Looking at Phone - Women - Standing - Front
163.000
35.00
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3D
Looking at Phone - Women - Standing - Front
5’4” | 1.63 m
20-35
Looking at Phone - Women - Standing - Side
163.000
35.00
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3D
Looking at Phone - Women - Standing - Side
5’9” | 175 cm
Men - Protective Masks - Standing
175.000
GUIDE
3D
Men - Protective Masks - Standing
5’9” | 1.75 m
30-45
Men Holding Babies - Standing
175.000
45.00
1650
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Men Holding Babies - Standing
25-45
Mopping - Combination (Side)
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Mopping - Combination (Side)
5’9”| 1.75 m
Pointing - Men (Standing)
175.000
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3D
Pointing - Men (Standing)
5’4” | 1.63 m
Pointing - Women (Standing)
163.000
GUIDE
3D
Pointing - Women (Standing)
5’9”| 1.75 m
Presenting - Men (Business)
175.000
GUIDE
3D
Presenting - Men (Business)
5’4” | 1.63 m
Presenting - Women (Business)
163.000
GUIDE
3D
Presenting - Women (Business)
5’9” | 1.75 m
20-45
Protesters - Men - Front
175.000
45.00
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3D
Protesters - Men - Front
5’4” | 1.63 m
20-45
Protesters - Women - Front
163.000
45.00
GUIDE
3D
Protesters - Women - Front
25-65
Reading - Combination (Standing)
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3D
Reading - Combination (Standing)
5’9”| 1.75 m
Thinking - Men (Standing)
175.000
GUIDE
3D
Thinking - Men (Standing)
5’4” | 1.63 m
Thinking - Women (Standing)
163.000
GUIDE
3D
Thinking - Women (Standing)
25-45
Vacuuming - Combination (Side)
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3D
Vacuuming - Combination (Side)
5’4” | 163 cm
Women - Protective Masks - Standing
163.000
GUIDE
3D
Women - Protective Masks - Standing
5’4” | 1.63 m
30-45
Women Holding Babies - Standing
163.000
45.00
1650
GUIDE
3D
Women Holding Babies - Standing
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Side
1.750
40.00
3800
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3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men & Women - Side
5’9” | 1.75 m (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Side
1.750
40.00
3800
GUIDE
3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Men - Side
5’4” | 1.63 cm (average)
20-40 years
Young Adults Holding Hands - Women - Side
1.630
40.00
3800
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3D
Young Adults Holding Hands - Women - Side
Standing - 9 Year Olds

9 year olds are children who are still in grade school. Most 9 year olds are either in third or fourth grade. When children are 9 years old they begin to be more coordinated and have started to understand right from wrong. 9 year olds also begin to seek approval from their peers and may start sharing their emotions with their parents. Academically, 9 year olds are capable of writing stories with multiple paragraphs with neater handwriting than at younger years.

Collection of illustrations of 9 year old boys standing with dimensions for average heights
9 year olds are children who are still in grade school. Most 9 year olds are either in third or fourth grade. When children are 9 years old they begin to be more coordinated and have started to understand right from wrong. 9 year olds also begin to seek approval from their peers.

Collection of illustrations of 9 year old boys standing with dimensions for average heights
Standing - 9 Year Olds
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Height (Average): 4’.5”-4’8.5” | 1.23-1.44 m
Style: Casual
Age: 9

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Drawings include:
9 Year Old Children Standing front elevation (detail), front (outline)

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Human Spacing - Public Space
Scaled elevation illustration of the various zones of human distances for human separation in Public Spaces

Public Spaces are places that are open and accessible to people. Typical examples include roads, public squares, parks, and beaches. Although government buildings may have some restrictions and closed off areas with limitations, some spaces such as public libraries can be considered public spaces.

While privately owned buildings and property are not considered public spaces, they may affect the public visual landscape. Shared spaces have been recently advanced to better accommodate a pedestrian’s experience in a public space jointly used by automobiles.

The perceived zones of public space are adjustable depending on the situation and the scenario, with a distance of 12’-25’ (3.66-7.62 m) being understand as a common comfortable distance in public between two people. A spacing of 0’-12’ (3.66 m) is considered being too close between strangers in public, while a distance of more than 25’ (7.62 m) is understood as far.

Public Spaces are places that are open and accessible to people. Typical examples include roads, public squares, parks, and beaches. Although government buildings may have some restrictions and closed off areas with limitations, some spaces such as public libraries can be considered public spaces.

The perceived zones of public space are adjustable depending on the situation and the scenario, with a distance of 12’-25’ (3.66-7.62 m) being understand as a common comfortable distance in public between two people. A spacing of 0’-12’ (3.66 m) is considered being too close between strangers in public, while a distance of more than 25’ (7.62 m) is understood as far.

Human Spacing - Public Space
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Public Space (Close): 0’-12’ | 0-3.66 m

Public Space (Comfortable): 12’-25’ | 3.66-7.62 m

Public Space (Far): >25’ | >7.62 m

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Age

Drawings include:
Human Spacing - Public Space diagrammatic side elevation

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Thinking - Women (Standing)

Thinking is an activity that all humans do. René Descartes coined the iconic phrase “cogito, ergo sum,” which translates to “I think, therefore I am,” when searching for a single, undoubtable phrase. Since he was thinking, René Descartes could not doubt that he existed. Thinking is an important step to do before speaking or acting. Speaking or acting without thinking can have undesirable consequences.

Dimensioned drawings of women in multiple thinking poses while standing
Thinking is an activity that all humans do. René Descartes coined the iconic phrase “cogito, ergo sum,” which translates to “I think, therefore I am,” when searching for a single, undoubtable phrase. Since he was thinking, René Descartes could not doubt that he existed.

Dimensioned drawings of women in multiple thinking poses while standing
Thinking - Women (Standing)
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5’4” | 1.63 m
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Age: 25-40
Style:
 Casual

Drawings include:
Women Thinking (standing) elevation (detail), elevation (silhouette)

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Standing - Female (Back)

Collection of people, specifically women, standing in back profile with various resting stances and poses. Both outlined and detailed silhouettes are available.

The average height of adult women is 5’4” (1.63 m).

Back elevation drawing of a collection of standing women in various attires
Collection of people, specifically women, standing in back profile with various resting stances and poses. Both outlined and detailed silhouettes are available.

The average height of adult women is 5’4” (1.63 m).

Back elevation drawing of a collection of standing women in various attires
Standing - Female (Back)
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Height (Average): 5’4” | 1.63 m
Style: Casual
Age: 25-45

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Drawings include:
Women Standing back elevation, back (outline)

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Bath Towel - Men (Front)

One typically wears a bath towel in one of two ways, either wrapped around your chest or wrapped around your waist. It is more common for people with breasts to wear their towel wrapped around their chest. A bath towel can also be worn around one’s hair in a turban style to dry.

Set of detailed drawings of the front view of men standing while wearing bath towels
One typically wears a bath towel in one of two ways, either wrapped around your chest or wrapped around your waist. It is more common for people with breasts to wear their towel wrapped around their chest. A bath towel can also be worn around one’s hair in a turban style to dry.

Set of detailed drawings of the front view of men standing while wearing bath towels
Bath Towel - Men (Front)
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5’9” | 175 cm
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Bath Towel
Age
20-45

Drawings include:
Bathing - Men Standing in Bath Towels front elevation (detail), front (silhouette outline)

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