Two years ago we donated lots of 3.2m rollouts of Maya ceramic vases to the Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquin. We also donated to the Museo Popol Vuh a whopping 40 inch high 12-meter long rollout of their Castillo Bowl.
This coming week we will be donating lots of “learning ABC’s” prints to schools in remote jungle mountain areas near Cahabon, Guatemala.
Last week we flew several prints from Dubai to Guatemala, drove them to the Pacific Ocean, and donated them to the CECON Tortuquero sea turtle release program and marine eco-system museum in Monterrico.
Here are the prints, by a 5-meter wide Teckwin brand UV-curing printer, being donated to the museum. You can see the dark volcanic sand under our feet (yes, these beaches are dark gray, not Caribbean white); actually the volcanic aspect attracts lots of tourists who have never experienced “a volcanic beach.”