About Coco Loco

At Coco Loco we specialize in hand-carved, organic jewelry made from natural materials such as: Coconut, Exotic Hardwoods, Seeds, Shell, Horn and Bone.

Originated by tribal peoples from around the world, Coco Loco's aim is to help sustain their culture by maintaining these forms of traditional art and adornment.

Coco Loco is proud to be a socially responsible and environmentally conscious company. Coco Loco supports over 50 artisans around the globe and strive beyond fair trade. We work directly with all of our carvers and artists making sure that their quality of life is maintained, preserved and improved. Taking special care to source natural materials with an environmentalist mindset, we enjoy the satisfaction of finding and making beautiful jewelry out of recycled, salvaged and sustainably harvested materials.

These days, this style of tribal jewelry is also often worn by travelers. Inspired by these cultures, these travelers have carried it with them to many corners of the earth, bringing ancient tribal art and adornment into the realm of modern day western civilization. It is said, that when worn, this distinct jewelry often brings the traveler good luck. Whether a local or another traveler, has seen the jewelry, the two are bound to spark a conversation and exchange stories. Coco Loco would like to thank all of those who have exchanged these positive stories. Thank you to all of those who have sheltered the traveler along the way. Thank you to all those who trust and are trustworthy. Many thanks to all of those who believe in the dream of peace and unity.


The faithful never stand alone.  Peace will gather.  Our doorsteps are only footsteps away.  We are all connected.

Liron

Liron

Liron

Liron

Road Warrior

How long have you been working with Coco Loco?

    Since the days of the box bag on the beaches of St Croix, St Thomas and St John.

    What is your favorite festival?

    Wow, so many to choose from. I'd have to say my top three are Bonnaroo, Symbiosis and Bumbershoot.

    Which designs speak to you the most?

    Our designs are always changing and evolving. But I would have to say our latest brass earring collection tops the charts!

    Whats your number one tip for being on the road?

    Keep your friends close, take lots of adventures and make some memories :)

    Alina

    Alina

    Alina

    Alina

    Ummm.... Meow

    Nano

    Nano

    Nano

    Nano

    Shopkeeper/Protector of the Realms

    How long have you been working with Coco Loco?

    5 years.

    What is your favorite festival?

      Lou Fest. It was f**king awesome! The people were super cool.

      Which design speaks to you the most?

      I love 840 in all of its materials. Its a classic wing design.

      #1 tip for living on the road?

      Coffee! and Lots of it.

      Missy!!!

      Missy!!!

      Missy!!!

      Missy!!!

      Warehouse Manager

      How long have you been working with Coco Loco?

        8 Years!

        What is your favorite festival?

          Symbiosis with Lightning in a Bottle as a runner up.

          Which design do you like the most?

          The Delayla Curls in black horn.

          Best Tip for living on the road?

          Bring Baby wipes!!
          Greg

          Greg

          Greg

          Greg

          Videographer/Road Dog

          How long have you been working with Coco Loco?

            Forever-13 Years and counting!

            What is your favorite festival?

              Anything at Hornings Hideout.

              Which design speaks to you the most?

              The Lilly Hoops in red Blood Wood

              #1 tip for living on the road?

              Pack your own TP!! ;)
              Greg Westhoff is a Director/Editor/Cinematographer from Seattle Washington. He has been active in documentary film making for over 7 years in the Pacific Northwest. Greg is interested in people & places, and the stories that come from them. His work has been published in the Huffington Post, and broadcast on local American television.He is currently producing and co-directing Shareconomy, a feature length documentary that examines the social and economic impact of the sharing economy. Check out: https://www.tenakeefilms.com/
              Eric

              Eric

              Eric

              Eric

              Product Photography

              Jeremy

              Jeremy

              Jeremy

              Jeremy

              Master of Ceremonies

              Raden

              Raden

              Raden

              Raden

              Benyeh

              Benyeh

              Benyeh

              Benyeh

               

              Linuh

              Linuh

              Linuh

              Linuh

              Pekak

              Pekak

              Pekak

              Pekak

               

               

              Yansu

              Yansu

              Yansu

              Yansu

              Komang

              Komang

              Komang

              Komang

              Master Carver

              Coco Loco Jewelry Artist Michael Rohner

              Our Santa Cruz store is now open!!

               

              We are happy to invite you all to our shop in Santa Cruz, California. We are located in the Old Sash Mill, a warehouse district in downtown Santa Cruz.

              We are open Monday thru Friday from 10am - 4pm.

              The exact address is:

              Coco Loco Jewelry
              303 Potrero Street
              Suite 43-106
              Santa Cruz, CA 95060

              Come by for awesome jewelry, good coffee and a behind the scenes look at exclusive designs only available in our shop!

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