Cocos Island, known in Spanish, as La Isla del Coco is a Costa Rican National Park located in the Pacific Ocean. It is home to thousands of endemic flora and fauna species. The island is uninhabited with the exception of a small group of marine biologists, scientists, researchers, and park rangers that carry-on investigations and look out for the island. The idea behind this thesis investigation, led by the accessory and jewelry designer Mariel Gurdián, is to develop a footwear collection that gives tribute to the Isla del Coco and its endemic species. The creation of this collection served as a way of introducing outside viewers to the island and generating awareness of the endangered species that inhabit it. The final products were created by combining print design, UV printing, and laser cutting. Design technique: Digital pattern design and laser cutting. Printing technique: UV printing. Material: Leather. Software: Photoshop. Accessory Design: Mariel Gurdián. Photography: Alejandro Ibarra. Model: Jessica Chung.