Sometime around 1490, Leonardo Da Vinci drew the Vitruvian Man, a depiction of the ideal body proportions as suggested by the architect Vitruvius. The drawing shows two superimposed men with arms outstretched, inscribed within a circle and a square. You’ve seen it; it’s an iconic piece. And now, well… now you can also play with the Vitruvian Man action figure. It’s made by Figma, a Japanese toy maker who also produces the Venus de Milo and Michelangelo’s David. It’s kind of creepy considering it has four legs and four arms, but then again it wouldn’t be the Vitruvian Man if it didn’t. It’s $59.