Restore Coral

by Honghikuri

Cozumel, Mexico – July 2015


Finding This Mural

5a Av. Nte 28, Centro, 77600 San Miguel de Cozumel, Q.R., Mexico

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Story Behind This Mural

Hoghikuri collaborated with Cozumel local artist Melhor on this mural, incorporating key species who call the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef their home, as well as colors reminiscent of healthy coral reefs. The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, also known as the Great Maya Reef, stretches 1,000 km, making it the most expansive barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. As such, its health is indispensable to the economies of Caribbean coastal communities in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras.

However, coral reefs across the globe are under immense pressure, with climate change and coastal development threatening their existence.

Check out Honghikuri’s personal gallery of murals he has painted to inspire communities to #restorecoral.

The Focus

Coral reef conservation

Take Action

You can help save coral reefs by:

  • Reducing your carbon footprint.
  • Using reef-friendly sunscreen.
  • Only consuming sustainably caught sea life.
  • Being an ocean-minded voter.