With a world population approaching 7 billion, it's easy to lose sight of the average Joe.
But a recent project from National Geographic called "The Face of Seven Billion" places the spotlight on the typical human. Using a range of demographic data, this interactive collage depicts the average person on Earth.
The project portrays a 28-year-old Han Chinese male, whose portrait comprises smaller figurines, each representing 1 million people. The data were gathered from the CIA World Factbook and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Our standard world citizen is likely to speak Mandarin Chinese - along with 15 percent of the world - and probably lives in an urban environment working in a service-based field. It's easy to tell that China's booming population of 1.3 billion people makes it the leading influence for the project.
In fact, 19 percent of people in the world identify themselves as Chinese, compared with 4 percent in the American tent.
Do you wonder how wealthy our average Joe is?
Since these figures vary by geographic location, it might be easier to look here instead.