This is one of those random things you see as you're walking around Lima. A bizarre picture of a dude painted on the side of a wall.
Why is it there?
What does it signify?
It's probably not an ad for horizontal stripes because we all know that horizontal stripes make you look fat (even when you tilt them so they're vertical).
Actually...looking at this picture suddenly makes me angry. Obviously putting that picture up there wasn't just like a five minute deal. Somebody had to sit down and plan what s/he was going to do. Then get a bunch of paint, then paint it.
That's a lot of prep time for the thought, "maybe this is the world's most idiotic idea" to float through the perpetrators mind and...hopefully...steal all his or her energy to actually follow through on this moronic crusade.
However, moronic crusades do tend to be magnetized sources for tremendous amounts of human energy. As in, they totally suck people's force into their ever expanding vortexes and "inspire" them to hash out all kinds of tepid achievements.
Drawing an enormous horizontal man on the side of a building. Come on folks. If you really need something to do on any given day, go buy some ham at the local grocery store and find some starving kids to give it to. The LAST thing the world needs is another giant image of some random dude painted on a building.
Oh...but giving food away to kids won't bring you international fame now will it. So to HELL with those kids. I know...I know...that's what you're thinking isn't it?
Well, your giant, inclined man is idiotic. So there.