Jesus stated (in John 14:9) that if you’ve seen Me, you’ve seen my Father. Here, Jesus was referring, not to the physical sameness of appearance in each other), but to the words and works of His Father being the mirror image of His words and works, because His Father is in Him and He is in His Father.
The bright face painted on Sugar Loaf Mountain, looking directly at Christ the Redeemer out of the corners of his eyes, suggests either a common viewer or more specifically the Father, Jehovah, Himself (artist’s license). Quite often we see photographs of tourists mimicking The Redeemer’s outstretched arm’s pose welcoming the masses of humanity unto Himself.
I’ve never been to Rio, but it’s on my bucket list.